This page (Can I support my product on this site) is Stack Overflow's corresponding help page with names exchanged - saying "Code Review" instead of "Stack Overflow". It doesn't belong here. This page (How to not be a spammer) links to it.

In fact, the "Our Model" section has links to the following pages that really don't make sense for Code Review, and should probably be removed:

Further, the "Spam page" has links that have the URL in full format instead of as a named hyperlink, i.e. it looks like: https://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/225370/your-answer-is-in-another-castle-when-is-an-answer-not-an-answer instead of Your answer is in another castle (This is especially ironic since it is in the section about posting links appropriately ;-).

Note that this problem is common to all sites other than the *Overflow sites. Do these sites really need a section of help dedicated to finding bugs in products?

Note that this is raised as an issue, but not fixed, on meta.se: The "product support" page in Help Center does not make much sense network-wide

Further, it is ironic, that the above meta post has a link to a previous post here on Code Review: FAQ "Product Support" needs some TLC

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    \$\begingroup\$ That seems to be an artifact of the Stack Exchange site managements (e.g. it's also included on Writing.SE, RPG.SE and Seasoned Advice) \$\endgroup\$ – hoffmale Jul 26 '18 at 2:59

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