How to use GigRove as a startup host
If you are a startup host, looking for a service, first thing you need to do is to publish a listing, describing what kind of help you need and where you are located.
In order to get discovered, please include your city and the country where you’re from.
Describe firmly what kind of help you need and what can you provide to a helper. Travelers who want to help you expect to receive at least a place to stay and sleep for an exchange.
When submitting your description, mention how many hours of help do you require per day, and how many days do you need help.
After you submit your listing, it will appear all over the website, your profile will be available only to skilled travellers who already members.
If you, a startup host (help seeker), get connected with a traveler and arranged a stay at your place, you are responsible to provide a traveler what has been previously negotiated with him/her (before the confirmation of arrangement). If you fail to provide what has been negotiated, without reasonable excuse, your account will be suspended.
You are kind of building self-image on GigRove so please be responsible.
One thing about GigRove is that it should be fun. Introduce your startup culture to skilled traveller and help him adapt quickly.
Based on your own judgment, you are are deciding what selection to make when selecting a traveler and you are responsible for making an agreement. Both travelers and hosts have the freedom to cancel their service during the exchange, but, it is highly recommended to finish the agreement.
If the host is not satisfied with traveler’s assistance he should publish the review and the traveler’s profile stating why he was unsatisfied with traveler’s assistance.
If you are looking for travelers to help you out with personal tasks, go to Search For Helpers.
You are there able to select from which country you want your helper to be, by skill you need and so on.
We encourage you to contact only those who are providing all information, and those who suit your needs.
After finishing the exchange, both travelers and startup hosts are able to post a review at the traveler’s profile or at host’s listing. This will help future hosts and travelers when making an arrangement. Reviews should be honest, not containing inappropriate and offensive language. We may deserve the right to edit reviews if we find inappropriate language.
We are not responsible for the reviews, as they are completely, in maximum freedom, written by the users.
To post a review go to traveler’s profile and click on “Reviews”. You will see an option to write your own review.
Although GigRove is not responsible for the relations and outcomes that could happen between hosts and travelers, both hosts and travelers are able to send an electronic report to GigRove considering the abuse of previously negotiated arrangement. If criminal act happened, please report it to the local police. Remember that you are using GigRove on your own responsibility.
We have the right, when we have enough evidence, to terminate user’s access to the website if we think that the user was misleading.
GigRove cannot be held responsible for any acts or actions that occur between any member (host or helper) or any third party including any associate of a Host or Traveler.
However, you should contact us whenever you are experiencing an issue and we will try to solve it.