Revenge Reviews: BookRoar’s Policy

  1. They apologise and agree to take down the review. This will result in nothing more than a ‘strike’ being given on them and their account (as per our ‘three-strikes-and-you’re-outta-here’ rule for bad behaviour). We then draw a line under the matter and consider it closed, and we ask all parties to move on amicably. There is no use dwelling on what has happened. Lessons have been learnt and no significant harm has been done.
  2. The offending member refuses to cooperate and refuses to take down the review. Oh boy, they’ve done it now. The BookRoar Team will put on their hypothetical war-paint and prepare to open a whole can of whoop-ass. (It’s the rogue side of us that doesn’t come out very often).
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