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Question DetailsAsked on 3/11/2016

Can my husband and I both submit separate reviews for a family therapist?

We saw the same therapist together, and we each want to submit our own individual review. We are both on Angie's list on a single account under my husband's name.

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This is Robin K. in Member Care. Thank you for posting!

It would be against our policy if both of you were to submit a review on the same appointment. However, if you have seen this doctor multiple times you could each submit a review on a different and seperate experience.

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Answered 3 years ago by Member Services


You would have to ask Angies List member services about that - especially as member and non-member reviews carry different ratings weight. Certainly you could do individual reviews since two different people used the service - but only his review might carry the weighting of a member - your's might get listed as a non-member review.

Of course, if the therapist achieved anything, you should be able to coordinate on a joint review - perhaps with two sub-parts in the review, one from each of you, and agree on combined ratings averaging what the two of you thought of the service.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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