Seriously folks, if you broadly define 'flat' it becomes plausible. Theoretically you can define the world as half round and half flat. Until you meet the architect, the earth is both flat and round at the same time. The rest is just calculated assumptions.
Meh, at this point in my trading career I don't give a flying fudge. Someone having a fit and re-rating me won't bring down the average that much. I will admit that I work crazy hours so I don't always make it to the post office right away. I tend to give out some subtime or include some random thing as extra. But this thing from 2 years ago? That's nuts. Sounds like he's holding a grudge and just taking it out on you.
It's done for a reason, mostly because they combat so many super shady foreign developers. Have you told them how many users you have on the site and how many are utilizing the app? That should have some bearing on their decision.
Is that distance vision? There's an app I had my mother use for both eyes and it tells you how much correction for each eye. She ended up +3.5 for the left and +2.5 for the right. She doesn't have glasses except for reading glasses. It shows really tiny text which you touch yes or no until you can read it. I took the same test and needed no corrections. My vision is strain and light sensitivity. I use night shift to reduce blue light after 6pm which helps.
I'm not sure what phone you use, but most of the middle aged blindness type things are greatly improved on an iPhone. I use the reduce motion feature so that I have less eye strain. There's enhancements to make buttons easier to see, fonts increased, etc. Many of my clients use button shapes which makes all the buttons look like rectangles with points, so you can determine a action button without actually reading it, especially with small text.
I use the app and the mobile site. I have the app on my home screen and a icon next to it that opens the mobile site.
I believe the earth is flat and round at the same time. What makes this so is our primitive and archaic definition of flat and round. When we stop lacking in theoretical sciences, maybe we will finally wrap our heads around it.