Concerns regarding RMs loosing their rings PART TWO
..... continued on from part 1
The tools that are used by WebRing.com, as I see them:
1. email notification
2. monitoring RM activity
In my situation both have failed and/or given incorrect information.
And those are what concern me.
I could become a victim of loosing my rings.
Hardly seems fair when clearly in my situation I was not at fault.
To quote from the info Andrea provides:
The biggest consistent complaint to WebRing Support is a manager who won't approve a pending membership
In my reply 23 Jan I asked to be pointed to where I can read info regarding the length of time applications can be left pending. LOL, My oldest one was 3 days at the time of receiving the email from WebRing.com
But thus far no news.
I was wondering if anyone else might know where such information can be found, please.
3. More than 3 pending applications is the one that can happen to even the most conscientious RingMaster. Say your Ring gets multiple submissions (perhaps from one user) while you are away one day and the software just happens to check your Ring that night, you then get the warning email. If you have a habit of leaving numerous applications pending for extended periods you are at greater risk of problems, but those who are attentive could get a single warning occasionally, as a result of bad timing. Process the applications and all is settled
Quite possibly this may have been what triggered the email I received???
To sum up all this verbiage, my personal view is that until those tools which are used by WebRing.com to take rings away from RMs are working 100% there needs to be a way for open ended communications to resolve the issue of taking rings away before they are taken away.
I can only imagine what it must be like for WebRing.com to have to deal with RMs who give the perception of not caring. And I am sure what I imagine is only teeny tiny bit of what it really is.
Can the tools be given a service so they work better before RMs loose their rings, please.