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We are always looking to add more products. So if you want to let us know the products that should be in our list (but isn’t) please let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email us at email@example.com and we will respond as soon as possible.
You may refer to review guidelines (https://100comments.com/review-guidelines/) for more information.
You are not able to do so currently. But we are working to allow you to edit your reviews. Stay tuned for updates.
We remove reviews that do not meet our Review Guidelines. To lessen the risks of reviews being deleted, kindly follow the Dos and Don’ts listed in our Review Guidelines.
It is not compulsory for you to include photos or videos of you and the product. But you may do so to make your review more helpful to our readers.
Defamation happens when someone makes a statement that causes damages or injures the reputation of another person. It is also known as slander or libel. In Malaysia, three (3) criteria must be fulfilled before defamation is proven:
- There must be a statement that is defamatory
- The statement must refer to or identify the claimant [person being defamed]
- The statement must be published to a third party other than the person being defamed
If your review expresses your honest opinion and the individual is not identifiable, you are not obligated to remove your review. Sometimes, even if the name of the person is not disclosed but the person is identifiable e.g., “The Managing Director of ABC is conducting insider trading”, disclosed to a third party and you can prove it then it is considered as defamation.
When it comes to reviews, you need to keep in mind the following:
- People typically leave only one review, be it positive or negative.
- Businesses may have encouraged their customers to leave a review by email or social media.
Having said that, if you still suspect that a review has breached the Review Guidelines, do report it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.