Help Needed with Abuse Reporting
Posted 31 October 2010 - 11:03 PM
I reported an Abuse report 5 weeks ago and nobody has responded to my request. I tried again this morning and my Report was not accepted, I just get a "oops, an error occurred. - Go back message...
Someone has illegally updated my listing with some irrelevant crap and I notified dmoz 5 weeks ago and nothing has been done.
Google is now using the irrelevant crap in my Search Engine Listing and my online presence of 8 years is vanishing.
I sent an email to email@example.com though it gets returned with a User unknown message.
Can someone assist as otherwise, if Dmoz is completely unregulated and users/editors are allowed to do what they want without being reported
or held accountable and cannot be contacted, It is a real shame for the project.
I look forward to some suggestions or even a contact telephone number.
Posted 01 November 2010 - 02:31 AM
All reported issues will be investigated and if something was found to be wrong will be corrected.
And if abuse is found actions agiants the editor will be taken.
There is a NOODP tag that can be used to let Google not use the DMOZ description.
But rememeber that Google only uses DMOZ description if it can not find a decent description on the website itself.
But even if you ware able to send an email you will not get a response.
An editor can do anything he wants as long as he does not violate these guidelines.
An editor is only held accountable by the other editors.
Editors are advised not to respond to emails they receive from people complaining about their websites lisiting.
I will not answer PM or emails send to me. If you have anything to ask please use the forum.
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