Apr 8Liked by Igor Ranc

Vabali did it, Standard Pizza did it. Luckily, it’s easy to defend your review if you paid with a credit card – you have a proof your review is not fake and you visited the establishment on that date and time. It worked every time the business tried this lame, sad and pathetic technique.

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Apr 8Β·edited Apr 8Liked by Igor Ranc

> Shall we start a mini-project to list places challenging bad reviews with lawyers?

You should expect that, should you do this, you will be *immediately* sued by all of these law firms. Which isn't a reason not to do it, but if you do, you need to talk to a lawyer first and find out what you need to do so that their cases don't hold water, probably something like having people send in the notice that they were sent.

To be honest, even if you are 100% perfect in how you present this information, even the legal fees of fending off the lawsuits will probably be very overwhelming.

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Yes, I figured exactly this would happen. Probably makes no sense -- also to deal with the negativity.

Thanks for the warning :)

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