While TaxBot always strives for perfection and accuracy, we can make errors from time to time. Then, TaxBot is prepared to take responsibility for correcting the said error and will maintain a high level of transparency to make sure all feel confident that the incorrect information does not spread.
In order to achieve the level of accuracy, perfection, and clarity, these are the steps to follow:
For Our Readers:
When a reader spots an error, he/she should contact TaxBot directly or a person in charge within our Editorial Team (firstname.lastname@example.org is our best channel).
If sent by email, the correction inquiry should include the suggested correction, the link of the article or post where the error was spotted, and the reader’s name and contact information. We also would require a source for your correction.
The reader can expect a response from the editorial team and may be contacted further if clarification is needed or the editor needs more information. Please note that a correction submission is a guarantee that the error will be investigated but not a guarantee that a change will be issued.
Once our team is informed about an error, we will investigate the error using the information supplied by the reader and other online resources along with the writer’s information.
If an error is found, we will make sure to correct it as soon as possible.
Social Media Channels:
If said content was posted on Facebook, Twitter or any other online channel in control of TaxBot, the post featuring the said error will be deleted immediately and replaced with the corrected version.