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Review Guidelines

Make your experience count! 

We know that word of mouth is the most reliable way of finding the right service that suites our needs. You can make your experience with a provider count, by sharing what you think with our community. Your views can help shape how others choose their providers. Only Mycarespace members are eligible to write reviews so register as a member today!

How to Review a Service Provider? What do I write?

We often have our Members ask us "What should I write?" when they are considering leaving a review for a Service Provider.

The answer is, keep it simple!

When you are writing your review, answer these 3 simple questions:

1) What service did you receive and from which branch (if applicable)?
2) What specifically did you like or dislike about the service or product?
3) To whom specifically would you recommend or not recommend this service?


See our content guidelines for more information about how and what we consider before publishing our member reviews.

How do I use the Star Rating system?

Our 5 star rating system is quick and easy to use. Together with your written review you can give other members an idea as to the service and overall experience you received. 

1 star rating
1 Star:

You experienced multiple negative aspects.

2 star rating
2 Stars:

You experienced 1 or 2 negative aspects.

3 star rating
3 Stars:

Your experience was both positive and negative.

4 star rating
4 Stars: 

Your experience was overall positive.

5 star rating
5 Stars:

Your experience exceeded your expectations.


Where can I write a review?

Find the Service Provider's  listing in the Mycarespace Directory and click the Write Review button in the listing header:

Write a review button

If you are stuck, contact us and we will help you!

NOTE: you need to be a registered Member of the Mycarespace Directory to write reviews. This is a free membership.


We encourage our members to help other members make informed choices.

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