Talk:Pyramid schemes in Albania
|This article contains a translation of Skemat piramidale në Shqipëri from sq.wikipedia.|
This article needs significant quality improvements?
The whole article is poorly written, containing a lot of sentences that are indecipherable,
- e.g. "when two weeks before the election was recorded in the same court and judge, where she recorded "Xhaferri" and "Populli". The first game Sudes misleading, called "Victory" is accepted as personal initiative Xhaferri."
This is found under the 'Sudja' subheading. It makes such little sense it's difficult to even correct.
This article badly needs sources
Having just seen this article, I'm struck by how little is properly sourced from cited references. I realise that this may be difficult, but the article as it stands makes numerous serious allegations against named individuals, with no cited sources provided at all. This is a clear breach of WP:BLP policy, and I'd ask that those editing the article please rectify this as soon as possible. I'm well aware that some very dubious things occurred in Albania which need documenting on Wikipedia, but we do need to adhere to proper standards - if nothing is done about this, I may have to propose that the article to be deleted, and I don't wish this to happen. AndyTheGrump (talk) 02:31, 5 July 2011 (UTC)
- List of sources are in bottom, please tell me some untrue allegation as example --Vinie007 13:26, 5 July 2011 (UTC)
- The article needs inline citations, not just a list of references at the bottom. Furthermore, it is not required that anyone provides evidence that something is untrue. Wikipedia policy requires those wishing to include anything to demonstrate that it is properly sourced. Incidentally, I don't think that these two sources ,  are likely to meet our criteria. I think that to be acceptable, we need proper inline citations to WP:RS for any reference to named individuals, and for the names of any specific alleged schemes. Again, I'll stress that I'm not attempting to prevent the reporting of this serious topic, but am instead asking that it be done according to normal Wikipedia standards - and where allegations of criminality are involved, we need to be sure that any article is correctly sourced. AndyTheGrump (talk) 14:01, 5 July 2011 (UTC)
Copyright problem removed
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