Acceptable Use Policy
This Acceptable Use Policy (this “Policy”) describes permitted and prohibited uses of ReceiptSheet Surveys by designers. The examples described in this Policy are not exhaustive. We may modify this Policy at any time by posting a revised version on the PositSum website. If you violate this Policy or authorize or help others to do so, we may suspend or terminate your PositSum account.
In addition, if we believe or suspect that any transaction or activity violates this Policy or is otherwise a misuse of ReceiptSheet surveys, we may take other corrective action that we deem appropriate, including blocking the transaction, withholding funds, restricting use of ReceiptSheet Surveys, or removing, disabling access to, or modifying any content or resource that violates this Policy.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to report any violations.
What are the acceptable uses of ReceiptSheet Surveys by designers?
ReceiptSheet Surveys are meant to allow designers to show interesting and useful surveys to users in exchange for remuneration. Surveys must be privacy-focused.
Designers are allowed to ask any questions to users, as long as:
- The questions are remunerative. The only exception is Comprehension questions, which are designed to make sure the user is carefully answering the survey. It is permitted to refuse to pay a user for a survey if they answer a Comprehension question incorrectly. There can only be one Comprehension question, it must be based on the information in the survey, and it must be easy to answer for a careful reader.
- The questions are free from pornographic, graphic, harmful (to users or to their property), or inappropriate content.
- The questions do not ask for personally identifiable information, including email addresses, physical addresses, names, and phone numbers.
- If the questions contain content (i.e. an image, video, or text), the content is free to use or owned by the designers. The content must obey rules 2 and 3.
Bottom line: ReceiptSheet Surveys are meant to be a net benefit for the users and for the designers. If users are not being benefited (or actively being harmed) by designers’ surveys, corrective action will be taken immediately.