Quality control for editors?

Waterlily Waterlily
Is there a way to quality control the editors? I submitted a review, and though it was grammatically perfect, the editor published it 15 seconds after I had submitted. There is no way it was read through in that amount of time. The fact that the editor got upwards of 450 points for "editing" and publishing my perfect review really concerns me - and makes me wonder if people are doing this just for the points. Is there a way to quality control this? I know we can rate the editor's performance, but if the original author wrote a technically accurate and grammatically perfect review, isn't a positive rating for the editor just reflecting the original work of the author?

Just curious - I like the idea of having editors, but the fact that there is point incentive may attract people for the wrong reasons. What do people think?
05/24/2012
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Zombirella Zombirella
I don't think there is other than to report it yourself by submitted a ticket. Not trying to be mean but I just looked at your reviews and there isn't anything submitted from today.....
05/24/2012
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
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Originally posted by Waterlily
Is there a way to quality control the editors? I submitted a review, and though it was grammatically perfect, the editor published it 15 seconds after I had submitted. There is no way it was read through in that amount of time. The fact that the ... More
If an editor is not doing his or her job, contact the admin. JR is the "Review Program Administrative Assistant" so he's probably the best point of contact. You can also vote "I found the editor's job..." poor. After all, they're not doing what they're being paid for. That's my 2¢.
05/24/2012
AskEden AskEden
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Originally posted by Petite Valentine
If an editor is not doing his or her job, contact the admin. JR is the "Review Program Administrative Assistant" so he's probably the best point of contact. You can also vote "I found the editor's job..." poor. After all, ... More
Close...

For EdenTasks/Proofreader, your first point of contact would be Sammi and then JR.

#AskEden
05/24/2012
Sammi Sammi
I'm the one you should contact - if you'd email me at sammi@edenfantasys.com , with the name of your review / what product it was for, I'd be happy to take a look at it.
05/24/2012
mama2007 mama2007
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Originally posted by Sammi
I'm the one you should contact - if you'd email me at sammi@edenfantasys.com , with the name of your review / what product it was for, I'd be happy to take a look at it.
that's not right that editors would just publish it quickly to get points, i don't think many if any would without re reading the review first. i was an editor and took awhile each review to proofread them before i published.

Sammi- when do we find out if we're chosen for editor program next go around?
05/24/2012
Sammi Sammi
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Originally posted by mama2007
that's not right that editors would just publish it quickly to get points, i don't think many if any would without re reading the review first. i was an editor and took awhile each review to proofread them before i published.

Sammi- ... More
The next rotation will be in July, so notifications will go out when the rotation is being done.
05/24/2012
mama2007 mama2007
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Originally posted by Sammi
The next rotation will be in July, so notifications will go out when the rotation is being done.
ok cool thanks
05/24/2012
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