HOW DOES GOSME WORK

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Can I hide my location in GoSME?

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In the interest of allowing members to know your location for greater transparency of identity, we have not allowed any member to hide the location of one’s business.

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Why can't I chat with another member?

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For free accounts, you can only send 1 message per month. Upgrade your plan to “Paid” and you will have access to unlimited chat messages.

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What type of file formats does the app support?

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You can upload jpeg, png and video links.

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Can I block another member's account from seeing mine?

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In the interest of greater transparency of identity, we do not have this function at the moment.

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How do I find my business match?

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You can go to the 2nd button from the left at the bottom of your screen and you will be able to view all the potential buyers and sellers.  The AI will automatically match you to your potential sellers and buyers in line with your chosen business domains.

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Can I filter our domain searches?

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Yes. For free users, you can filter your searches by selecting only 1 domain.  For premium users, you can filter your searches by selecting more than 1 domains.

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Where can we see “likes” and “matches” on GoSME?

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You can see your “likes” at the bottom of your uploaded posts.

You can see your “matches” at the second button at the bottom of the app page.

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Can I see who “like” my post?

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Yes, simply click “like” icon under your post and you can view who likes your post.

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Can I share my post and how do I share?

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Yes.  You can share your post by simply clicking the “share” icon at the bottom right hand corner of your post.  You can share your post via “copy link”, “whatsapp”, “Facebook” and “Twitter”.

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What happens if I do business with a company/business I was matched with and it goes badly?

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We carefully vet and match businesses, but we are not a substitute for due diligence or good business practices. Once you’re matched, the rest is up to you.  However, you can give a poor or bad rating on the company or business that went badly.

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