rpgcrossing.com

RPGX
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rpgcrossing.com

Post by RPGX » Sun Sep 08, 2013 12:36 pm

Site URL: http://rpgcrossing.com
Scorecard: [url=https://www.mywot.com/scorecard/rpgcrossing.com t=_self]View scorecard[/url]

Introduction:
RPG Crossing is a 30,000+ member online community that focuses on play by post role playing games (PBP RPG) and features such systems as Dungeons and Dragons (2e, 3e, 3.5e, 4e), Pathfinder, GURPS, d20 Modern, Serenity, Star Wars, Storytelling (World of Darkness) and many more. We are an active community with many new games looking for players every day, and with plentiful guides and tutorials for the new player and the veteran alike, including: New Player Solo Games to introduce new players to PBP and/or RPing; The School of Non-Oratory Theatre - find your style and turn it toward extraordinary; and DM Mentoring - a forum full of collaborative DM tools.

We also publish Explosive Runes, a terrific free quarterly role playing magazine with stunning artwork and great articles.

***Our WoT rating has been perfect for a long time. Recently someone appears to have made it a mission to destroy it -- you can see that some of our members have already reacted. We have never had a complaint about the site, and receive compliments all the time about our level of professionalism. This is a heavily moderated community that is careful to maintain a spam-free PG 13 environment.***

Has privacy policy?
[url=http://www.rpgcrossing.com/misc.php?do=showrules t=_self]http://www.rpgcrossing.com/misc.php?do=showrules[/url]

Has a way for users to contact site owners?
[url=http://www.rpgcrossing.com t=_self]http://www.rpgcrossing.com[/url]

Whois Information:
http://whois.domaintools.com/rpgcrossing.com

Disclaimer:
This post was generated automatically. All information is as entered by the site owner.

RPGX
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Contacting Site Owners

Post by RPGX » Sun Sep 08, 2013 1:00 pm

Note: in answer to the question "Has a way for users to contact site owners?" it was necessary to provide only a url in the form. Further information: there is a "Contact Us" button at the lower right of every page. Alternatively, users can contact staff using the internal messaging system on the site.

jcamacho
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RE: rpgcrossing.com

Post by jcamacho » Sun Sep 08, 2013 1:03 pm

Rated

Good luck

th3br41n
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RE: rpgcrossing.com

Post by th3br41n » Sun Sep 08, 2013 1:04 pm

Hi RPGX,
Welcome to WOT.

<quote user="rpgx">
Our WoT rating has been perfect for a long time. Recently someone appears to have made it a mission to destroy it
[/quote]

It seems your rating has been altered yesterday after a spam report. However, due to this evaluation request, all users that have rated your website will be automatically asked to review their ratings.

Captain_K
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RE: rpgcrossing.com

Post by Captain_K » Sun Sep 08, 2013 2:37 pm

Yes, please review the spam report. I am not the owner but I am a member and I can vouch the entire site is run well and cleanly.

RPGX
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RE: rpgcrossing.com

Post by RPGX » Sun Sep 08, 2013 3:10 pm

(Another discussion thread was started here: http://www.mywot.com/en/forum/38334-spammers-are-hammering-a-legitimate-site-s-rating

That discussion was recently redirected by another user to this thread to prevent duplication.)

RPGX
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RE: rpgcrossing.com

Post by RPGX » Sun Sep 08, 2013 3:24 pm

Please steer clear of attacking other WOT users who may not like our site for whatever reason, be it legitimate or not. The point of this review is to establish in the eyes of WOT that we are a safe site enjoyed by many without issues of spam or inappropriate content. If someone feels the need to "thumbs down" the reviews, then that is their right; it is the way WOT works, for better or worse.

For now, I think our best course is for those who actually use the site to come to WOT and rate it, and to be patient. They state that these reviews can take a day, so let's wait at least a few before worrying about whether anyone is listening.

BethAthena
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RE: rpgcrossing.com

Post by BethAthena » Sun Sep 08, 2013 5:16 pm

It may be their right, but it's still douchebaggy and lame as hell.

NotBuyingIt
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RE: rpgcrossing.com

Post by NotBuyingIt » Sun Sep 08, 2013 6:32 pm

<quote user="rpgx">
For now, I think our best course is for those who actually use the site to come to WOT and rate it, and to be patient. They state that these reviews can take a day, so let's wait at least a few before worrying about whether anyone is listening.
[/quote]

WOT will automatically notify all users who previously rated the site adversely about the new evaluation. Typically, several days will pass before most of them notice and decide to review their ratings. Although a user's new ratings and newly revised ratings are recorded immediately on that user's [url=http://www.mywot.com/user/ t=_self]profile page[/url], their effect upon a site's reputation is typically delayed.

Comments do not affect a site's reputation and more often than not, a user who rates a site will not contribute a comment. Of course, thoughtful comments are often helpful to understand users' opinions and experiences with a site.




BethAthena
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RE: rpgcrossing.com

Post by BethAthena » Sun Sep 08, 2013 8:26 pm

<quote user="notbuyingit">
WOT will automatically notify all users who previously rated the site adversely about the new evaluation. Typically, several days will pass before most of them notice and decide to review their ratings. Although a user's new ratings and newly revised ratings are recorded immediately on that user's [url=http://www.mywot.com/user/ t=_self]profile page[/url], their effect upon a site's reputation is typically delayed.

Comments do not affect a site's reputation and more often than not, a user who rates a site will not contribute a comment. Of course, thoughtful comments are often helpful to understand users' opinions and experiences with a site.
[/quote]

Erm, I hope that you have better ways to restore a proper reputation rating than hoping trolls will have an epiphany and suddenly become good people.

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