Invalid Wayspot Appeal

  • Wayspot Title: Cung Văn hóa Lao Động Tp.Hồ Chí Minh

  • Location: 10.776662,106.692723

  • City: Ho Chi Minh City

  • Country: Vietnam

  • Screenshot of the Rejection Email: ticket number #29799567

  • Additional Information:

This wayspot’s original name is Phòng sinh hoạt tổng hợp (multipurpose community room) and is one of many rooms of Cung Văn Hoa Lao Động Thành Phố (City Cultural Palace for Labors)

This community room had been changed to a dancing club room (Câu Lạc Bộ Kiêu Vũ) for a long time.

I used the report form at the top of the forum to remove this invalid wayspot and it turned out wrong.

Instead of removing this wayspot, the in-charge employee changed its name to the new name which means City Cultural Palace for Labors.
The new name totally does not match both old name and new name of this location (which can be seen clearly on photos).
The Cultural Palace also already had its own wayspot (10.77645,106.692637) for 10 years.

So please help to re-consider this decision and help to remove this outdate wayspot.
This community room does not exist anymore so the wayspot shoud be removed. If the new dancing club is eligible, someone would nominate it as a new wayspot and leave it for local community to decide.

It looks like we haven’t gotten to this request yet or it hasn’t been submitted via the Scanner; at this time, we only take appeals to overturn decisions we’ve already made.

@NianticAtlas I had already reported this wayspot a week ago. Currently there is a bug that the system would not return the result email at all (both accepted or rejected).
Before the result email would often come after 2-3 days.
I had many accepted reports in this week and last week (the ineligible wayspots were removed) but I have not been received these accepted emails.

I re-reported this waysot after the email system worked again, and finally receive the rejected email.
Please consider my appeal. Thank you!
@NianticAtlas @NianticAaron @LCPGO

Thanks for the appeal, @ShayminC1 After reviewing the additional evidence provided, we’ve decided to retire the Wayspot in question.