In response to Jack's fake review... Yellow pages refuses to remove the review even after presenting them with all the proof they need. So, I will just lay it all out here for everyone to see. Notice the crack in the windshield in the photo above calling the car a death trap?? I happened to find that windshield exactly where I expected to a few days later. I have also found multiple false reviews by both the owner and employees of the competitor company. Giving themselves 5 stars posing as a happy customer but forgetting that their name and picture are posted publicly for all to see. Not only on yellow pages but also on google, yelp, and others. More fake negative reviews on other competitors pages... Using fake names....All of which is against every sites policies and punishable by law in Arizona. Very low. I won't say names but the entire city knows who it is. *(Legal Options If You’re The Victim of a Paid or Fake Review We’ve established that undisclosed paid or fake reviews are illegal. So, what are your legal options if you’re the target? As discussed above, if you have evidence that a bad review is the handy work of a competitor or troll, contact the website, present your evidence, and ask that it be removed. If that doesn’t work, contact an attorney that specializes in online review law. An attorney can assess the situation to determine if you have a legitimate claim for: Product Disparagement, Trade Libel, Defamation, False Light, Tortious Interference, or Unfair Competition. In the simplest terms, posting fake reviews online is against the law. An individual cannot be paid to post a review, even if it is the truth unless the paid endorsement is clearly stated and understood. Reviews must be based on authentic, real life experiences. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is the government’s “consumer watchdog.” In short, the FTC’s mission is to rid the marketplace of “unfair and deceptive marketing” — and it has the authority to both fine and shut down operations. According to the FTC, online endorsements and testimonials can’t be purposely misleading, plus any relationship or connection between a company and reviewer must be disclosed. Additionally, paid reviewers and endorsers can’t publish fake or unfounded claims. The FTC takes this seriously. If a business is engaging in fake testimonials or paying people to post misleading reviews, commissioners have the legal authority to impart hefty fines or even shut down a business, as a result.)* *(http://tech.co/legal-lowdown-fake-paid-reviews-2015-04)*
I took a ride in one of these cabs and I like the way the driver was so polite and did not be rude you strap a conversation which I did not mind the…
I took a ride in one of these cabs and I like the way the driver was so polite and did not be rude you strap a conversation which I did not mind the conversation wanted it to stay going but knew I had to get out at the end of my ride. I would recommended this cab company to anyone.
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