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How to remove a rating

Started by bartine, 11/08/2018 11:38PM
Posted 11/08/2018 11:38PM Opening Post
I need to remove a rating.  Previously, there was a "delete" button or such next to each rating.  Now, it is gone.

Is there a way to remove a rating now?

Thanks!

Ben
Posted 11/09/2018 03:47AM | Edited 11/09/2018 03:51AM #1
I can only tell you how my ratings were removed. When the "one time lifetime subscriptions" stopped and Astromart started to require everyone to subscribe and pay each year, I got mad and refused to pay because I was not dead!(first time I ever got mad because I was not dead) Lifetime to me means UNTIL YOU ARE DEAD. So I didn't pay for a year or so and then decided to rejoin. I paid my new yearly fee and all my ratings were gone! No way to get them back. So, my experience tells me for you to just stop your membership by not paying for a while and when you rejoin, all your ratings should be gone. Good Luck! (Just my experience.) I am HAPPY I am still alive but now know lifetime memberships don't last as long as you think!
Posted 11/09/2018 06:47AM #2
Originally Posted by Ben Bartine
I need to remove a rating.  Previously, there was a "delete" button or such next to each rating.  Now, it is gone.

Is there a way to remove a rating now?

Thanks!

Ben

If you mean an already completed rating for a completed transaction I dont think so.....I dont recall there being one previously either.

If you mean for a pending rating you have not used yet I know there used to be a delete option.....cant tell right now as I have no pending ratings. Though I dont think its likely that ability was removed.....

20" MidnighTelescopes f/5
8" f/16 Muffoletto Achro
Meade 6" AR6 f/8.0 Achro
Celestron C11
Parallax PI250 10" F/5 Newt
Vixen FL102S,NA140SS,R200SS
80mm Stellarvue Nighthawk with WO APOupgrade lens, 90mm f/16.67 Parallax Achro
LXD75/LX200, Mini-tower, GP-DX, CG5 ASGT, LXD650, GM-8, G11, GM-100, GM-150EX, GM-200 and a Gemini G40
4" portable AP convertable 44" or 70" pier
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12.5" f/5 MidnighTelescopes DOB Swayze optics
Statham GA
Posted 11/09/2018 06:56AM #3
Originally Posted by Kenneth Pauling
I can only tell you how my ratings were removed. When the "one time lifetime subscriptions" stopped and Astromart started to require everyone to subscribe and pay each year, I got mad and refused to pay because I was not dead!(first time I ever got mad because I was not dead) Lifetime to me means UNTIL YOU ARE DEAD. So I didn't pay for a year or so and then decided to rejoin. I paid my new yearly fee and all my ratings were gone! No way to get them back. So, my experience tells me for you to just stop your membership by not paying for a while and when you rejoin, all your ratings should be gone. Good Luck! (Just my experience.) I am HAPPY I am still alive but now know lifetime memberships don't last as long as you think!

Pretty sure it has always worked this way since the yearly membership fee of $15 was implemented. Membership and support are not the same thing. Everyone pays the $15 yearly fee for membership. If you pay the lifetime supporter fee then you get all the benefits a supporter gets in perpetuity (or at least as long as you maintain your membership) but you still have to pay the yearly $15 regardless. You are probably correct though....if you stop paying the membership fee for whatever reason then you are taking your chances with your data......

20" MidnighTelescopes f/5
8" f/16 Muffoletto Achro
Meade 6" AR6 f/8.0 Achro
Celestron C11
Parallax PI250 10" F/5 Newt
Vixen FL102S,NA140SS,R200SS
80mm Stellarvue Nighthawk with WO APOupgrade lens, 90mm f/16.67 Parallax Achro
LXD75/LX200, Mini-tower, GP-DX, CG5 ASGT, LXD650, GM-8, G11, GM-100, GM-150EX, GM-200 and a Gemini G40
4" portable AP convertable 44" or 70" pier
Stellarvue M7 Alt-Az, TSL7 Pier/Tripod
12.5" f/5 MidnighTelescopes DOB Swayze optics
Statham GA