Kickfurther User Guidelines

Posted by Melissa Pillion on Tuesday 08 Nov 16

As Kickfurther grows, we want to establish a user culture that is viable for the longevity of our community. We want to stress that professional language and kindness facilitates the resolution of Co-Ops much more efficiently than unprofessional and rude language.  We want our users to know that what they post must comply with Kickfurther's terms of use, and also that they may be personally liable for what they post here and elsewhere. Therefore, it is in everyone on Kickfurther's best interest to address each other as professionally and as kindly as possible.  For instance, if a business has negative news to share with their buyers, and then some buyers respond in an unprofessional and demeaning way, the business is less likely to respond to comments moving forward.  We want the businesses on Kickfurther to feel comfortable communicating with their buyers in a transparent nature and vice versa.  To help promote a kind, professional and efficient Kickfurther community culture, we are implementing new Kickfurther Community Guidelines which you can read about below.

User Comment Rules and Guidelines:

  1. Be civil. No profanity, no slurs, no personal attacks related to Kickfurther Businesses, Kickfurther Users, or Kickfurther itself on the Kickfurther website or anywhere else.
  2. No sharing of quoted or substantially similar text, images, or other material from Kickfurther’s website anywhere other than Kickfurther as it is a violation of Kickfurther’s Terms of Use. Accordingly, all discussions about specific funded offers should take place on Kickfurther’s website in the Buyer Page.
  3. No false, misleading, or malicious comments or actions regarding Users, Co-Ops, business owners, or Kickfurther or its staff.
  4. Any violation of these rules, policies, or human decency will result in moderation and/or comment deletion on the Kickfurther website.
  5. If offending comments are made somewhere other than the Kickfurther website, Kickfurther may request deletion of such comments and request the offending IP addresses of the commentors.
  6. Kickfurther reserves the right to suspend your account and limit your privileges within the Kickfurther platform, including, but not limited to, suspending your commenting privileges and your ability to contribute to Co-Ops, for at least two weeks for each violation of these rules and policies.
  7. Further, be aware you may be personally liable for any and all damages caused by posting, communicating, or otherwise disseminating false or defamatory statements about Users, Co-Ops, business owners, or Kickfurther or its staff.
  8. Keeping comments on point, businesslike, and professional greatly helps communication between all parties involved and further helps achieve quicker resolutions when Co-Ops become troubled or cancelled.

 

Questions or concerns?  Please email contact@kickfurther.com

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Posted by Melissa Pillion on Tuesday 08 Nov 16
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