The Ghost of MTurk Past
- Jan 10, 2016
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Workers flagging HITs doesn't automatically remove them from MTurk. It requires action on MTurk's side to review those flags and determine if they should be removed. If MTurk looked at the HITs and thought they were in violation and then removed them, it sounds like you'll need to convince MTurk that your tasks follow the Terms of Service or else they'll continue to get removed and possibly your account suspended.We've tried testing on MTurk, but they took down our HIT after 12 hours because a worker flagged our HIT as our task involved downloading other apps....they are stating that we are advertising for other company. (we had approved/rewarded over 10 jobs already). ===> to be clear, we are not as we need to black list the apps that do not reward for our actual users....
What do you guys suggest? I've already spoken to customer service and they've mentioned that our task is against the policy. I'm wondering if MTurk is suitable or not for our public QA testing