How can we get an actual human to explain what's wrong with our rejected missions ?
We are trying to publish a banner of 6 missions for our IFS in Lyon next weekend but 2 of our missions got rejected 4 times with a standard useless email that is clearly wrong. The rejection emails are always the same and say the images or text may contains copyright or official Niantic logo or claims it is official. The missions have none of that.
The missions are all entitled : #IngressFS Lyon Parc de la Tête d'Or X/6 ; the description are all the same for the 6 missions : Fresque en l'honneur du concours de starlink organisé lors du First Saturday de septembre 2019 au Parc de la Tête d'Or (wich to translate to : Banner to celebrate the Starlink contest organised during the First Saturday of September 2019 in the Parc de la Tête d'Or). The banner is a landscape with blue and green stars added on the right side and our custom logo on the left side.
The missions that got rejected are only part of the landscape, no logo our copyright image in them. So we really don't understand the rejection on that ground. I have try to upload better quality picture, horizontally flipped image but nothing works. The text is the same for every mission and doesn't contain the word official, Niantic nor Ingress and don't claim to be official. The 4 other missions have the same text and have been approved so it must not come from that. The missions all have 6 waypoints and all contains a passphrase at the first portal (simple mathematics calculus that equal the number of the mission, for example "5 - 2 = ?" for mission 3/6). The missions have been created by me (@DoctorAtom), I am way under the mission limit with only 36 missions published (including the current banner being rejected).
So we really don't see where is the problem with the missions. If an actual human could check our mission and either finally approve the missions or explain what's wrong instead of sending the automatic basic email we could correct the problem, we would be really grateful .
Please help, Niantic.