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    Just wondering, I was reading OMG's review of Jessica and noticed that as per the rules, his previous review of this girl was deleted, but this leaves him with 1 review... should the number of reviews not be accurate even if some are deleted. I only ask cos sometimes I disregard single reviewers as suspect but say if someone has reviewed a girl they like, maybe 3 or 4 times should they not be credited with that number of reviews even if the others have been deleted? I know it might be a database thing, i.e. if you click on the link to that person's reviews, it has a number and maybe that is a database result. Just a (hopefully) helpful comment.....

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    I tend agree with this point of view. The credentials of the reviewer are important when trying to decide on a choice. One tends to rely on the reviews of those who post most reviews BUT I am unsure of what to do with one if ...say... they showed 20 reviews but only 3 could be read. One can take more from the Quality of the review and the 'apparent' accuracy. I'm all for good genuine reviews as they can save you a lot of money and save you a lot of frustration.

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    I always make sure that there are a couple of good reviews, by reviewers with more than 3 reviews, before contacting a girl.

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    Its swings and roundabouts, someone who has a duo booking can write two reviews but it's the one event so he gets an extra review added for same booking.

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    Best regards Feargal
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    Can I ask a question and it may be food for thought, a second review is allowed if the experience is considerably different to the first, that normally applies when it goes from a negative to a positive which is the example given in the review rules but could it not be considered considerably different because the first review was a duo with his wife and the second a 1 on 1 meeting, surely they would be 2 different experiences and people would like to see both outcomes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon361 View Post
    Can I ask a question and it may be food for thought, a second review is allowed if the experience is considerably different to the first, that normally applies when it goes from a negative to a positive which is the example given in the review rules but could it not be considered considerably different because the first review was a duo with his wife and the second a 1 on 1 meeting, surely they would be 2 different experiences and people would like to see both outcomes?
    There is no provison at present for allowing a second pos remain along with the first if the customer went with a spouse or partner/friend. At present a second pos or second neg causes the previous to be deleted regardless of the numerical make up of the other review. All that could be done here is copy the first onto the second but that would be setting a precident and we would have to do it for all reviews and need clearence from E-I to do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quarterpoundher View Post
    There is no provison at present for allowing a second pos remain along with the first if the customer went with a spouse or partner/friend. At present a second pos or second neg causes the previous to be deleted regardless of the numerical make up of the other review. All that could be done here is copy the first onto the second but that would be setting a precident and we would have to do it for all reviews and need clearence from E-I to do that.
    Thanks QPH, I was full sure the last time I read the review rules that provision was only an example, was the wording changed recently or at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon361 View Post
    Thanks QPH, I was full sure the last time I read the review rules that provision was only an example, was the wording changed recently or at all
    If someone has two reviews for same escort we get told about it pretty sharpish as not being fair etc so we delete all seconds (apart from if previous was neg or vice versa) this one here is a rare occurrence and if the managers want to make an exception then by all means the two pos can be left up but until then I am sticking to the whats most seem to want and that is one active pos or neg showing and delete all others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quarterpoundher View Post
    If someone has two reviews for same escort we get told about it pretty sharpish as not being fair etc so we delete all seconds (apart from if previous was neg or vice versa) this one here is a rare occurrence and if the managers want to make an exception then by all means the two pos can be left up but until then I am sticking to the whats most seem to want and that is one active pos or neg showing and delete all others.
    As the rules stand you are completely correct, not denying it now I have re-read the rules and wasn't even in the begining, just making an observation.
    I'd be for keeping the second review, if it were the other way around and he submitted a review for a duo couple and then submitted a review for one or both separately then all reviews would remain..

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