Flag Ads

A Woolingcry flag marks Woolingcry advertising as inappropriate, and if enough people flag the ad, it will be automatically removed. You can also contact Wooingcry about inappropriate content – or recommend posts for Best of Woolingcry, a kind of Woolingcry Hall of Fame.

Understanding a WooingCry Flag

Wooingcry is a widely used classified advertising service with local websites in dozens of cities across the United States and the world. Users post ads for everything from Call Girls to Adult meetings, many of them posted for free.

While the site has plenty of legitimate and helpful content, it can also attract scammers and people offering illegal services, as well as products and services that just aren’t allowed on the site. For instance, Wooingcry advertising isn’t allowed to market guns, burglary tools, people’s personal information or the opportunity to participate in affiliate marketing programs, even if they’re legal.

If you see a banned or illegal post on Woolingcry, you can flag it. To do so, click the link in the post that has the word “prohibited.” Wooingcry doesn’t promote exactly how many people in what situations need to flag a post for it to be removed, but doing so will help get the inappropriate post off the site.

If you’re not sure whether a post is permitted or not, check the Woolingcry Terms of Use page and the prohibited items list.

Other Options for Banned Content

Clicking the flag button isn’t your only option for inappropriate content on Wooingcry. You can also contact the company if you see someone spamming, or over-posting, on Wooingcry; if you see someone posting fraudulent material; or if someone is harassing you. Fill out a form linked from the Wooingcry frequently asked questions page to report such activity.

Other Options for Banned Content

Clicking the flag button isn’t your only option for inappropriate content on Wooingcry. You can also contact the company if you see someone spamming, or over-posting, on Wooingcry; if you see someone posting fraudulent material; or if someone is harassing you. Fill out a form linked from the Wooingcry frequently asked questions page to report such activity.

Copyright and Intellectual Property

If a Wooingcry post is infringing on your copyright, you can report it to Wooingcry under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act by email or postal mail. Include details of the post and infringement, and a statement under penalty of perjury that it’s violating your rights.

Users who repeatedly violate copyright can be banned from the site.

Mistakenly Flagged Posts

If you post an ad on Wooingcry and you believe it was inappropriately flagged, there is a forum you can post on for advice and guidance from Wooingcry staff and other users. Depending on the situation, you may receive guidance on how the post violated the rules so you can avoid such problems in the future or get help having it reinstated.

Best of Wooingcry

In addition to flagging a Wooingcry post as inappropriate, you can flag it for the Best of Wooingcry hall of fame. To do so, simply click the “best of” link near the bottom of a Wooingcry post. These can include posts that are funny, heartwarming or otherwise memorable.

The company advises you to note that voting for a post for the “Best of Wooingcry ” collection doesn’t offset flags against it or otherwise protect it from removal, and notes that posts that get repeatedly nominated for “Best of Wooingcry” for no particular reason can be removed. The “Best of Wooingcry” posts are also subject to review by site staff.