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The Wikipedia project will only be started after the customer provides a fully filled in questionnaire alongside 4-5 links that the customer understands make him notable enough for a Wikipedia page.
Once a questionnaire has been received the customer will receive a Notability report according to which it will be determined if the customer is eligible for a Wikipedia page.
The page will only be published if the customer is notable. Until and unless the customer provides proof of notability, his Wikipedia page will not be processed.
Customers have to be fully transparent regarding all previous attempts to creating a page on Wikipedia. In case the customer hides any information, Wiki Publishers Online holds the right to immediately take suitable action against the customer. Lack of transparency on the customer’s end will make the provision of service clause null and void with immediate effect.
Wiki Publishers Online offers a 100% refund in case of non-delivery of agreed service. The customer will NOT be eligible for a refund under the following circumstances:.