I get that. But you should not just immediately hide a comment when a person flags it. Especially the Authors. If the comment has been flagged several times by different users then that particular comment is bad and many people do not agree with it so it is okay when the said comment is hidden. But now such an Author is taking advantage of that and flagging off any negative comment made on their page and that is hiding info from other buyers because the comment section is made so that one can be able to go through the comments and see if any questions he/she has about a theme has been answered in the comments section and also see how the current buyers are fairing on with the theme
Now when an Author is able to quickly flag negative comments and the comments are immediately hidden, that beats logics. The Flagging of comments should not be hidden immediately, at least put a number to the which determines when the comment can be hidden. E.g A comment is flagged 5 -10 times and by different users, not just one user…or try your best to follow up the flagged comment and see it deserves to be flagged or the Author is just hiding his lies.
There was a presale question someone has asked if the script has Promo Code Management and Author replied to the pre-sale question saying that the Script has “Promo Code Management”. Now, that is not the truth because I have purchased the script and I am 100% sure that the script doesn’t have that function. So I posted a comment and said they should stop lying to people, the script doesn’t have the Promo Code Management. Next thing I see, is my comment is under review.
And that is not the only comment the Author has hidden. He also flagged another comment I made when I called him out on another lie he had made to another potential buyer too.
Now you tell me if that comment deserves to be hidden from other potential buyers? Because that to me is a helpful comment. Or is the Author allowed to lie and not be called out on it??