Praise, Name + Shame.

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  1. Scunny-Arfie

    Scunny-Arfie Read Only Funster

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    are we allowed to praise, name or shame companies on this site ?
     
  2. Road Runner

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    PM Bryan or Jim and ask permission is best.
     
  3. haganap

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    I never seen it as a problem when others have done so. Normally because if its a praise and you are not connected to the company most of us are happy to hear good stories.

    If it is to shame a company, just make sure your facts are right. I think this forum offers the best type of people whom always believe there are two sides to every story and are very good at identifying that. You may find yourself hit with questions about what went wrong and realise that in fact you maybee of tried something different.

    Why not try telling your story first and reserving whom the company is till later in the post? that way Jim and Bryan whom are the only mods on this site will get a jist of where its going.

    hope this helps, but like the rest of us on here, i'm just a laymen :thumb:
     
  4. American Dream

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    Best to ask them but even then, If you shame a company publicly, you could leave yourself open to legal action from the Company/person mentioned.

    I know it's not quite the same but here's just one instance.

    Warning to chatroom users after libel award for man labelled a Nazi | Media | The Guardian

    If the comment is factually correct in every detail, you might get away with it.:RollEyes:

    Libel on the Internet? - Case Watch Law Articles and News - Lawdit Reading Room

    On the other hand I can't see a company complaining about Positive comments.:Rofl1:
     
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