We will help you to find reliable sources which will support the information which you would like to add in Wikipedia.
We will assist you in resolving your disputes with Wikipedia moderators.
We will provide you with advice on Wikipedia compliance standards.
We will assist you in monitoring Wikipedia articles and signaling if a “Wiki Vandal” adds incorrect information to the monitored articles.
Our job is to help you to resolve problems that you may have in relation to Wikipedia. Such problems may include, for example, the lack of reliable sources and a dispute with the Wikipedia moderators. ResolveWiki team has an academic expertise and practical experience in the field of crowdsourced online dispute resolution. Therefore, we will not only find reliable academic and other sources which can support your position, but also help you to plead your case by using the latest dispute resolution and influence techniques. ResolveWiki always works on a “No win no fee” basis which means that, if your issue is not resolved, you will not pay us. Furthermore, the business relationship between us and our clients is strictly confidential. We will not reveal the fact that you are our client unless you provide us with a written consent.
We have a strong expertise in online dispute resolution. Wikipedia dispute resolution procedures require such expertise.
We work on a “No win no fee” basis. Therefore, we have an incentive to resolve your issue as quickly as possible.
We provide you with a free initial consultation aiming to find our whether we can resolve your issue.
We have a strong expertise in crowdsourcing (Wikipedia uses crowdsourcing). We have written many publications in the field of crowdsourcing.
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