Businesses can take a hit from negative reviews, and now some are fighting back with legal challenges.
Karina recently switched photographers for her wedding because she was unhappy with the service she was getting as she planned her event.
“I was just kind of uncomfortable with their lack of responses and their kind of run around,” she said.
Like many consumers today, Karina went online to warn others of her bad experience.
It didn’t take long for her to receive an email from the photographer asking her to remove her post. He pointed out she could face legal action for breach of contract.
Karina didn’t realize her contract contained this clause: “Neither party will disparage the other.”
“I was livid,” said Karina. She didn’t realize this clause existed and felt she was being bullied into silence "
Click here to read the whole article
Despite the controversial photos, Target said it is sticking by its current In recent weeks, several companies have asked customers to refrainRead more
It exempts parents using GPS to track their kids and exempts For instance Popcorn Time, the hugely popular controversial app once dubbedRead more
the proposed treaty come from the controversial practice of American The safety of European businesses and concerns over the loss of once again haunting Europe ? this time by using fowl and beef for political capital.Read more