Suggestion: "Not applicable" ratings for Vendor Reliability and Privacy

Seattle John
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Simple solution

Post by Seattle John » Wed May 07, 2008 7:05 pm

If you feel a site should have a N/A in one (or more) fields, just skip those fields, and only rate those you feel are applicable. I seldom rate a site in ALL fields. I often skip the privacy field until I have a reason to lean towards my red crayola, or the green one. I actually was on a site that recommended that I give them my email address AND password so they could check out my contacts list ! Needless to say, I did give them a privacy rating.

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PikadudeNo1
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Not that simple...

Post by PikadudeNo1 » Thu May 08, 2008 12:50 am

Thing is, scam artists will use irrelevant ratings to make their exposers look like the scam artists, as with Quackwatch. Quackwatch's Vendor Reliability rating has risen to 65 since I started this thread, but it shouldn't have one of those ratings at all.

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