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    Default Reviews????????

    Sweetie??????? have a read of this review.

    https://www.escort-ireland.com/3718/...t-reviews.html

    You even say yourself its suspect yet it has being given a plus????????????All i can say is i wish you corrected my leaving cert sweetie.

    I have seen lots of suspect reviews and even a few negaitve ones that the reviewer clearly states poor and yet they have a plus???

    Roll back the years folks.Im going back to school and "The Sweetie" (reg tm) is correcting all of my work.

    Im fascinated,
    Westside.

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    Question Lazy bloody sweeties............

    Damn ,you looked at the end of the reviews.You didnt or dont read them.If you see a yes ,its a plus,no its a minus.Lazy,lazy,lazy sweetie.

    I'll put you cutting my grass,
    Westside.

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    I don't decide if reviews are positive, negative or neutral?

    The client rates his "overall experience" and depending if the client rates the experience as good, bad or neutral, that dictates what icon the review gets.

    It is so, when looking at a list of reviews, people can see at a glance if the reviewer is saying he had a good bad or neutral experience with the lady.

    Where is clearly wrong, that's because the client must have selected the wrong option. We hope to make it even more difficult for clients to select wrong options shortly as we know it is happening a bit. I can't see the review you linked to, but tell me its number and I will check it out for you.

    Pat x

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    Default Once upon a time in cork.....................

    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    I don't decide if reviews are positive, negative or neutral?

    The client rates his "overall experience" and depending if the client rates the experience as good, bad or neutral, that dictates what icon the review gets.

    It is so, when looking at a list of reviews, people can see at a glance if the reviewer is saying he had a good bad or neutral experience with the lady.

    Where is clearly wrong, that's because the client must have selected the wrong option. We hope to make it even more difficult for clients to select wrong options shortly as we know it is happening a bit. I can't see the review you linked to, but tell me its number and I will check it out for you.

    Pat x
    Mr West "will we have another baby??

    Mrs West" yes we will"

    Mr West "great stick your hand in the bag here and pull one out.

    For christs sake sweetie, i wasnt conceived by lottery.

    Makes no sense,
    Westside

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    Default Sweetie?????????????

    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    I don't decide if reviews are positive, negative or neutral?

    The client rates his "overall experience" and depending if the client rates the experience as good, bad or neutral, that dictates what icon the review gets.

    It is so, when looking at a list of reviews, people can see at a glance if the reviewer is saying he had a good bad or neutral experience with the lady.

    Where is clearly wrong, that's because the client must have selected the wrong option. We hope to make it even more difficult for clients to select wrong options shortly as we know it is happening a bit. I can't see the review you linked to, but tell me its number and I will check it out for you.

    Pat x
    https://www.escort-ireland.com/escor...le-escort.html

    how could this possibly qualify as a plus review????

    If i told you that i know of a good plce to eat but i may ,may not reccommend it to you and i wouldnt go there myself,would you go there???


    Thats is a neutral review sweetie,
    Westide.

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    No its not Westie. If the client wanted to convey neutral he's have said "neither satisfied or dissatisfied", not that he was only "fairly satisfied" as opposed to "very satisfied".

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    Default Nope sweetie

    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    No its not Westie. If the client wanted to convey neutral he's have said "neither satisfied or dissatisfied", not that he was only "fairly satisfied" as opposed to "very satisfied".
    a person could be fairly satisfied but still not go back due to various reasons.If a person is hesitant to reccommend and wouldnt go back themselves then that ,from that clients ,aka the reviewers ,prospective,is definately a neutral review.

    Sincerely,
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    Default Let me put it to you this way Sweetie................

    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    No its not Westie. If the client wanted to convey neutral he's have said "neither satisfied or dissatisfied", not that he was only "fairly satisfied" as opposed to "very satisfied".
    Lets say Sarah is unlucky enough to hear of me and stupid enough to date me.Now, we ,due to a fault of hers,break up and you and i meet.Now lets say you ask Sarah what im like.Her answer to you is, that she would not be sure about me but def wouldnt go out with me herself.Ok?

    Now,would you go out with me or would you trust me?????The answer is no.

    Same with the reviews Sweetie,
    Westside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    No its not Westie. If the client wanted to convey neutral he's have said "neither satisfied or dissatisfied", not that he was only "fairly satisfied" as opposed to "very satisfied".
    So basically what u are saying is that when it comes to deciding if a review is positive,negative or neutral its all down to the satisfied or dissatisfied section
    and the text is irrelevant. Is their then a way to edit my reviews as i was begenning to
    wonder because i have a few which if u went by the text are while maybe not negative
    were intended to be neutral rather than positive.also how many satisfied options does a
    review reguire before it is considered positive
    seeing as this is the case from now on i will have to be more careful and will ultimately
    have to grade that section much more harshly

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