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Growing number of businesses give Yelp ratings one star

– 6 days ago @ consumerist.com: New York’s Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman offered up a doozy of an accomplishment yesterday, revealing that 19 companies had agreed to pay fines for writing fake online reviews for their businesses, and will be shelling out more than $350,000 in …

– 6 days ago @ marketwatch.com: CLARIFICATION: Though Yelp deems 20% to 25% of submitted reviews “suspicious,” a spokesman says these are filtered and unseen by the vast majority of users. The office of New York’s Attorney General announced Monday that it fined businesses over …

– 6 days ago @ marketwatch.com: CLARIFICATION: Though Yelp deems 20% to 25% of submitted reviews “suspicious,” a spokesman says these are filtered and unseen by the vast majority of users. The office of New York’s Attorney General announced Monday that it fined businesses over …

– 3 days ago @ webpronews.com: This week, New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced that nineteen companies agreed to stop writing fake Yelp reviews and pay over $350,000 of fines. “Consumers rely on reviews from their peers to make daily purchasing decisions on …

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