Block Ratings

Is there a way to block ratings or just make my profile inaccessible to the public (while blocking ratings)?

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 4 Applies to:

I would also like to know a way to not have to ever hear anyones voice or recieve messages from people. I just want the childish community to be absent and the only interaction with them to be my on screen character.

You can simply adjust your Privacy Settings to what you want (Everyone, Friends Only, No one). This can be applied to just about any Feature of Xbox LIVE.

As for "rating", do you mean Player Rep? If so, there is no way to "block" Player Rep. It is simply a Connection with any one specific Player and nothing more.

I really wish this feature could be implemented in a realistic way. The way it stands, the Rep system is incredibly worthless and is only an avenue for angry uppity children to spam you with negative reputation and get you banned for no reason.

[quote user="DarkhavenX666"]and get you banned for no reason.[/quote]The Rep System has nothing, absolutely nothing to do with Bans or Suspensions.

I'm pretty sure if you have 85% negative reputation and if you get one or two complaints filed against you, they are taken a bit more seriously than somebody with 85% positive reputation.

[quote user="DarkhavenX666"]

I'm pretty sure if you have 85% negative reputation and if you get one or two complaints filed against you, they are taken a bit more seriously than somebody with 85% positive reputation.

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Do you really think the PET look at people's Reputation when issuing bans? Really?

[quote user="DarkhavenX666"]

I'm pretty sure if you have 85% negative reputation and if you get one or two complaints filed against you, they are taken a bit more seriously than somebody with 85% positive reputation.

[/quote]Again, the Rep System has nothing to do with a Suspension or Ban. It is only used ofr the ability to Connect with another Player and that is all. Someone can have 100% Avoided and nothing will happen to them.

I don't want to say this but if you're going to part of the Ambassador Program, you might want to do some research and get some of the Facts correct in "how" Xbox LIVE works.

How Xbox LIVE Policy Enforcement works;

[view:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhz9eTcL1h0]

[view:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_bfxWI-isE]

[view:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlnBjYd9XuQ]

[view:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJNl7HWHdys]



What's the point of a reputation system anyways? Why show that I have been trash talking (even though I have never used my mic)? The only people who submit reps are [Mod Removed] children and not one of the submissions actually refers to actual reputation as a player. I'm also getting tired of recieving messages saying I stole someones kill, but as you mentioned I will look into privacy settings to correct that problem.

ratings on xbox.com don't bother me, don't car if I get one or five stars tbh

[quote user="IrritatedFlea8"]

What's the point of a reputation system anyways? Why show that I have been trash talking (even though I have never used my mic)? The only people who submit reps are [Mod Removed] children and not one of the submissions actually refers to actual reputation as a player. I'm also getting tired of recieving messages saying I stole someones kill, but as you mentioned I will look into privacy settings to correct that problem.

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When the system was first implemented, it was a way to pick favorite people or dislike them. Say you can't stand this one person you just played against in MW3, so you give that person bad rep. That way it will be less likely for you to see them in a lobby you join again. I've never seen it work that way though. Also, no one else (but yourself) can see the information of your reputation.