It's hard for the food to be "very overrated" when it wasn't even being served yet.
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Apparently, one chef claims, Yelp will punish you if you don't buy ads.
It's not any better than Yelp.
Not good for business.
The site's controversial business practices get another pass.
Ammunition for the anti-Yelp documentary.
"Shout out to these two winners for seating themselves with no reservations, insulting and berating our staff ... "
Yelp's lawyers say this suit is in the public's best interest.
They're getting an surge of overwhelmingly negative reviews.
Now the customer who penned the one-star post has been banned.
"Straight up though if I ever see you near one of my places of business, we are going to have a discussion."
"They're looking for stuff like, 'This place sucks and I'm going to blow this f--king place up.'"
"All you have to do is copy the comments and place a 5 star review."
The first, and probably not last, state to do this.
If it's "not unlawful" for Yelp to "post and sequence the reviews," why not?
More than 1,700 people have signed it.
"I would recommend Volo Coffeehouse to anyone in Philadelphia who is going on an OKCupid date with a woman who has committed voter fraud."
"I hear the owner offers discounts to men in chaps."
Baby, it's cold outside, so give that soup zero stars.
Recent lawsuits and investigations could affect how the social network does business.