Obviously members of High Score have the right to vote no for any submission that they feel does not meet whatever baseline evidence they require to feel confident in a score's validity. I have no problem with this. What I do have a problem with is the inconsistency on display when it comes to passing some scores and rejecting others.
Case in point
Maxwel submits a score of 466 million for the Funhouse table on Pinball Arcade on the 20th of January. He includes a photo of his screen as evidence. There is no video, and no leaderboard proof. If you go to the Pinball Arcade Leaderboard website, you can't see his score there, as he doesn't sign in while playing. This score is accepted on the 1st of February as valid, cracking my previous world record. It was voted 92% legit.
Since I own every single Pinball Arcade record, I couldn't sit back and just let Maxwel beat me. I sat down and played Funhouse for over 5 hours a day for three days straight and submitted a score of 522,094,500 on the 23rd of January. My submission has screenshots of my score, my personal highscore board, a friends leaderboard that shows where I rank versus other High Score players, and I even included a screenshot of the official Pinball Arcade leaderboard showing that my score is the 17th best on this table for the PC. There is no way to fake this. I even included a link so that people can go and see it for themselves, as I always do. Despite all of this evidence, my submission is currently at 66% legit, with no chance of being accepted. It already has 4 x Video Desired, 1 x Other, and 1 x "Submitter might have used saves, passwords/codes, cheats/trainers, continues, tampering, etc."
So what am I supposed to think? Am I supposed to just accept this? Do people really doubt that I achieved this score or is something else going here?
NOTE: Yes, I'm upset. I put a LOT of effort into getting this score back.