I am new to stock photography and spent quite a lot of time reading what is and isn't accepted. Right now the learning process continues as images are either accepted or declined with their reasons. Its a good learning tool by example. After reading the reasons posted in the links I can mostly agree with you. I have posted several threads when I have questions on files where your reasons are confusing, and will wait for your answers.
Meanwhile my question here is when posting a rejection as non-compliant there need to be a better explanation. Non-compliant can be anything from property releases to incorrect titles or keywords and language. If its something as simple as a keyword or title why not let us know and give us the opportunity to make those corrections so that the file in question can be resubmitted? As a contributor it wastes a lot of our time as we could easily repeat our mistakes because we don't know we are making them.
This is a place for users to help each other out and not an official place to talk to Adobe. Occasionally an Adobe staff member may comment, but it's mostly just us users.
I agree with you that further notation would be useful. A lot of the posts here are people wondering why their image was rejected and sometimes it's not clear to me either!
Thanks for all your help Szalam. I am quite ok to accept rejections but for good reason. Hope they can do something to resolve this issue for me and any others having the same problem.