By KereKris - 01/12/2016 19:18
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Either write another review saying how annoyingly persistent they are to get it removed, or report them to someone. Fuck it, do both.
There is actually a pizza chain called God father's pizza. It naturally had a new york italian american mixed with mafia theme. I think it was actually started by some controversial politician I don't remember the name of... I do recall them not being Italian American though. But yeah... as such... There kinda is a pizza God father's out there.. OR rather.. there was... I think the chain went out of business. Don't the quote me on that though.
38, in today's world, when a place gets reviewed, it generally means yelp, which trying to alter or change reviews (or paying for reviews) is against yelp's TOU so they could report it to yelp and see what they do about it. They could report to the BBB, maybe, or corporate, if it's a chain.
Call a lawyer this is borderline harassment, you could get them shit down for this. That way they don't give anyone else any food poisoning.
I'm not sure if it's just a state law for Texas, but I know that if you give a bad review and the company doesn't agree with it they can actually sue you for libel. Granted, that's absolutely stupid, but most people will take down their review just to avoid going to court over something so petty.
Well you need to try to understand what a bad review can do to a small business. You also can't be 100% sure that you got sick from that pizza place, so take your review down and they'll leave you alone. That's not a hill worth dying on.
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You have probably caused that small business to have bad business now because you didn't bother to find out what was going on behind the scenes. Might not have been the pizza you ate. You might have choked on your attitude OP. Lmao
I was getting harassing phone calls from one telemarketing company on the day I got my landline installed. They were literally calling me every thirty minutes trying to sell me a security system, even though I told them every time I already have a security system and couldn't install a different one because I rent and then told them, "Please put me on your 'do not call list.'" It really pissed me off because I was home sick that day and couldn't sleep because the constant phone calls kept waking me up. When I figured out it was the same company calling me over and over again I threatened to charge them with harassment. The calls stopped after that. Often the mere threat is enough, but I'm sure police officers or a lawyer showing up at their pizza shop would make an even stronger point. You shouldn't have to put up with that shit, OP. Don't.