How it works

what's included in an incident report

1

The full name of the business or individual who was named in this incident report.

2

Location of the above entity (city/state/country).

3

Official website of the reported individual or business.

4

Total page views (updated every 24 hrs).

5

Number of comments posted on this incident report, including rebuttals and replies.

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Number of members participating in this incident report, including reporter, commenters/contributors and followers.

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Exact date of publishing. Please note that this might differ from the exact time of submission, prior to moderation.

8

Category and sub-category chosen by the reporter to compartmentalize the said incident report.

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An optional field, displaying the USD value of reported loss incurred during this particular incident.

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Icon to tell whether this incident report is accompanied by any sort of evidence or not.

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The main TITLE for this incident report. This will also be visible in the page title, as well as the URL structure.

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The actual incident report comes here. In the embedded version, this will display a small preview of the full report. 

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This is the Report ID, which helps identify a particular report for reference.

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This is the userID of the reporter. This ID is generated automatically, and bears no resemblance to the real identity of the said member.

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This single line of code allows you to embed and post this Incident Report on social media and other websites.

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This section displays the company/individual profile details, including location, phone number and email address.

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LThe 'Full profile' link redirects you to this company/individual's Profile Webpage at NameandShame.com where you can view other related content on this entity.

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For privacy purpose, we do not display the phone number and email address to visitors. Only logged-in users can view these details.

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The reporter can add a maximum of 3 tags to explain what this incident is all about.

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This is the featured image. Like in any blog post, this helps in making the report more presentable and relevant on social media.

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This is the full report, in full display mode (and not embedded mode, like explained in .12). 

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This button allows anyone with a reason to initiate private messaging with the incident reporter. This feature is unlocked after a set period of time and conditions.

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When a party has exhausted all options to resolve the issues, they can challenge the authenticity and intentions for this incident report. Subject to set period of time and multiple conditions.

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This button allows a user to initiate and attempt to resolve the issue at hand in order to lock this incident report. Subject to set period of time and multiple conditions.

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For users who want to follow the updates on this incident report and receive notifications.

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The evidence box contains all the documents/images/videos/links to support/refute the claims made on this incident report. This is open to both sides, and will grately help in explaining your side of the story.

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Any member can contribute and add information/evidence related to this report using these buttons.

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This is the comment box for logged-in members only. Hyperlinks and rich text are not permitted in comments, which is simple-text only.

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By checking this box, you may mark your comment as a REBUTTAL, instead of a normal comments.

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Clicking this button will submit your comment and publish it immediately. A set of 3 moderators will be instantly notified to validate the comment. If no action is taken within 3 hours, the comments shall be treated as a permanent content on NameandShame.com