Yelp Corporate Office Headquarters HQ

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Yelp Corporate Office Headquarters HQ

Yelp.com was started in San Francisco, California and they are still headquartered there. Yelp's corporate office address is below:

Yelp Corporate Official Address
706 Mission Street, 7th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
Corporate Phone Number: 1-415-908-3801

Yelp.com is a local review site that allows reviewers to review local businesses.


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  1. To the contractor who is getting business reviews filtered - I say tell ALL YOUR CLIENTS TO POST A REVIEW ON GOOGLE AND START ANOTHER FAN CLUB THROUGH FOURSQUARE.COM ITS BETTER,NEWER, HONEST & THEY ARE EAGER TO WORK WITH NEW MERCHANTS ALL THE TIME WHATEVER YELP WAS TRYING TO BE IS NO MORE...I DON'T SUPPORT OR BELIEVE THEY'RE REVIEW SYSTEM AND ENCOURAGE ANYONE OUT THERE NOT TO ADVERTISE WITH YELP-THEY DO NOT CARE ABOUT ANYTHING EXCEPT THE BOTTOM LINE (A DOLLAR)

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    1. You are so right. A corporation built by legal hounddogs. A citadel that blocks any contact or responsible and all hide behind the corporate veil. The worst example of a modern corp. Behaving like an eastern European dictatorship.

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    2. Yes, YELP is really messing things up. I am considering to file a small claims court action against them. $25,000. It is easy to do and will hold them accountable.

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  2. YELP has allowed an inaccurate and libelous posting claiming I have violated HIPPA patient privacy laws in my office to stand. I really feel this is the "extortion tactics" you read about YELP at work. Their employee hounded us to advertise for weeks and when we didn't agree to their terms, a very disturbing new "review" appeared.

    The "poster" has never been a patient of my office; no one with his name, initials or as depicted in the profile photo posted has ever been a patient of my office.

    We pointed out that their terms of use states that you ma not impersonate another person. When I called them on this, their response was "it reflects the personal experience of your customer" (sic) and therefore we're not going to take it down. No mention of the fact that it violates their TOS.

    Never mind the years and expense I spent to become a health professional, school loans, operating costs, dedication and service to my community etc., it all comes down to YELP deciding that some fatuous person (probably their own team or an employee) can accuse me of a Federal Crime, which is prosecuted in Federal Court and is a Class 5 felony. It's just not worth their time to protect me and my reputation.

    YELP is a despicable parasite making income of yours and my good business or practice names. Something has to be done to make them conform to legitimate business practices and stop hiding behind antiquated free internet speech laws. We need to demand action at the legislative level to protect our reputations and income from these disreputable misanthropic children.

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    1. Suggest you and the others file class action against yelp. Big time. Make it one of the biggest class action suits in history. Tell the FTC. I know of someone who has been extorted by the yelp company.

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    2. Thought you all might be interested in this craigslist ad, up on this day 04/28/2013:
      http://sfbay.craigslist.org/pen/bar/3764365318.html
      By the way, the execs at yelp.com know full well the law. Do not give them the benefit of the doubt. I hope they are sued out of business too. Start an organization to sue. Keep notes on their extortion efforts. Contact the Federal Trade Commission as well as your local district attorney. Form a co-op to hire a corporate attorney to sue. And keep your own energy extremely positive in the process. Don't debase yourself. Good luck!!

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    3. I don't think you can file small claims for 25K.

      Usually a $5K limit.

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  3. I know of one business owner (I'll call him John) in my town who was sued by a crazy man who made horribly slanderous allegations against him. The Superior Court Judge found all the allegations to be false, and ordered the crazy man to refrain from slandering John in any way, and to never make the allegations ever again; to the court, or anyone; a gag order. He proceeded to post a horribly offensive review of John on Yelp. I reported this info to Yelp and they removed the review from 1 location on their site, which was found under the name of John's business. However, when I flagged the same review as inappropriate at the website location under John's name, and requested the review be removed, I got all kinds of runaround; no answers to my simple yes/no questions. HOWEVER, one of the responses I received from their "merry-go-round" DID let me know that actual people had looked at the review, and decided it seemed to be based on the reviewer's experience with John, and he was simply expressing an opinion. So, they decided to leave the review on the site. I let them know they were aiding this man in a crime, called contempt of court; a misdemeanor. They seem to believe they are above the law. Their high-tech "algorithmic" filter is a sham. It's their way of saying, "It's not ME who decides which reviews stay, and which reviews go. IT'S THE COMPUTER!" I've looked up the executives online; Jeremy and a relative of his; Laurence Wilson, lead Counsel, etc. All I can say, after this experience is that, Jeremy and his relative (brother, cousin, whatever) have 2 things in common with Bin Laden; they have dark skin; and they're trying to destroy America; Bin Laden's not trying anymore, but his buddies are. They try to do it through killing Americans. Yelp (Jeremy) tries to do it by destroying small businesses. Meanwhile, the idiots and psychos who post the falsely-defaming reviews don't realize (cuz they don't see past their own narcissism to realize there's something called "the bigger picture" ) that they're really biting the hand that feeds them. Don't be surprised if Jeremy runs for president someday. Freedom from accountability! It's the American way!

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    1. It soon became obvious to me that YELP is just a distraction. First, I do not have any regard whatever for the loonies consumed with daily validation of themselves on FACEBOOK AND/OR their "opinons/comments." Secondly, it is "rocket science" to locate any particular entity and post a comment readily?

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  4. Yelp will not take any action on a valid complaint when it's about one review if it's negative but censer many positive reviews removing them when a business owner informs it's customer base to review them to counter an unfair attack. They claim their "algorithm" filters reviews out all the time. Apparently the complex mathematical formula is much too complicated for us civilians so we can't get an explanation of the criteria with which they decide to filter. And by the way...the negative review is by someone who has not done business with me or my company as they sit idly by. Oh wait, that's not true they are thwarting the only effort an honest company has with their bad business model. Do not consult with this site it is grossly misleading. on

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  5. i got a magellen road mate 1700 with a black tie warrenty.the power cord came apart.so i took lt back to best buy. they told me i need to buy a new cord before they could test it.and sent me out the door. with no help.they did"nt even have a cord to buy or one to test it. in other words i pald for a black tie warrenty. to be refused. i spend a lot of money there. but no more after this i have had it with the service i get after i pay for it, [email protected]

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  6. Yah this company does not have a clue on understanding legal and non legal posts by people on their website. I'm in discussion now with lawyers relating to yelp.com and their ignoring legal situations. If you need to contact yelp.com management or yelp.com legal department, be sure you have all your info ready. Yelp.com is a pain in the &&& and their lack of understanding law is no excuse for anything.

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  7. Yelp is a predator selecting one bad review, hiding the good ones, and then putting a competitors ad right next to the only bad one and saying, "the computer makes the decisions". Real dirt bags.

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  8. I "2nd" every review on here. My business has 19 filtered reviews on yelp, all being 5 stars. My clients come in and say, "Did you see the great review I posted for you?" I go to find it and, what do you know? It's in the filtered section. Yelp only shows 3 reviews for my company (a 1 star, 4 star, and 5 star). Of course the only 1 star review (100% positive that it's written by a competitor) stays on. I totally agree with the fact that Yelp "blackmails" people into buying their services. After a week where 3 clients a written a review for us (more reviews than we usually get in a single week) a yelp sales rep just happened to call me right after they were removed to ask if I wanted to buy a $600/month advertising package. So shady! If anyone would like to legitimately start a class action law suit I would be MORE than happy to participate. I have a very limited understanding of the law but will start to research as much as possible

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  9. Yelp has my business listed as CLOSED. Now in google search results whenever someone searches my company, it comes up as the top No.1 one listing like this "MyBusiness - CLOSED". My business is NOT closed and I don't think anyone has a right to advertise it as such. My company operates as business to business only and I don't keep a sign advertising services in front of my place of operation. Obviously a random retail shopper tried to stop by my business address and when the door didn't get answered the marked my business as closed and Yelp is now advertising me as closed. I think this company should be sued and put out of business.

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  10. Hi i work for a company in san diego ca called the bee guys and i have work for the company for a few years now and on your website the only reviews that stay up are bad ones even from years ago and everytime we get a good review it gets taken down with in a week making the company i work for look real bad when we actully get good reviews all the time they just get removed from your website and this has been happing for the past few years please get back to me so i can understand why this keeps happing to the company

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  11. Recently, a Yelp reviewer claimed outrageous mistreatment while attending classes at a major So Cal University. Sadly, university staff names were included in that vicious Yelp review.
    After calling customer service about revising this review, I learned Yelp reviews aren't edited or removed even when content is outrageous or in obvious poor taste.
    Interesting, a polite Yelp salesman promptly called me to sell Yelp advertising.
    Yelp, a public company needs to audit their reviews to host reliable customer experiences. Rants and personal grudes don't belong on Yelp.

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  12. I am a business owner who recently flagged a comment left by someone who never engaged my services nor spoke with me. here is their response:

    Hi there,

    We're writing to let you know that we've evaluated Duke L.'s review of ------ ---- ----- -- ------- that you recently flagged. We rely on community engagement to help keep Yelp useful, and although we didn’t agree that this content should come down, we appreciate you bringing it to our attention.

    HERE IS MY REPLY:

    So is this why we are starting to hear rumblings from the business community and media about YELP?

    It is not just that viral piece (TV & Social media) about the guy who gave a poor rating to a restaurant who never even spent more than a couple of minutes there nor engaged any of the staff, but also to people like my poster who:

    #1 is not in my area of service (but posted on my YELP page)
    #2 never engaged my service
    #3 only spoke with a national scheduling center and who apparently would not provide any contact information so he could be called and provided with the information requested?
    #4 a 1 star rating from someone who never used my service is treated the same as a 5 star rating from people who have.

    Believe me, I do use YELP when I am considering other services in my personal life and have given good and bad reviews (always legitimate). In the past I have found YELP to be a useful tool in deciding on the purchases or services I will engage.
    I am a bit concerned that YELP may be gaining a reputation (deserved?) for NOT being a reliable source of information which the public should use to make purchase or patronage decisions.


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    1. Yes, my family and also many of my co-workers are feeling less and less that Yelp can be trusted to be honest and fair to both the business owners and the customers/patients. We know of a dermatologist who offers discounts and free products if you give him a good rating on the site. Further, this same doctor forces patients to put down huge NON-refundable deposits if they want to schedule an appointment for cosmetic services. If the patient's health, or other circumstances change--such as if the patient moves out of the area before being able to use up the services PAID for, they still refuse to co-operate. The staff is very rude, and does not tell the patient all the details involved with making the deposit or the details about the recovery time from the procedure. Many of the reviews are inflated because the patients are getting free products or discounts. They promise very dramatic results [for the high cost of their services--such as the Co2 laser], but when the results are barely noticeable, their response for that patient to just pay for the whole procedure again! The doctor admitted to my sister that she did not do the Co2 laser 'hard enough' and told her to just pay to have it done again and she (the doctor) would 'do it harder next time'.

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  13. Yelp is creating a lot of bad karma with there shady unethical business model. I pray that an enraged business owner doesn't go postal on their corporate headquarters.

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    1. I'm a consumer who has given five star and one star reviews. Either way, reviews should NOT be filtered.

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  14. We need to know how we can report a dermatologist's office in Valencia, California that is ignoring the Yelp policy by offering free products and discounts for those who give them a high rating on Yelp.

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  15. A Yelp sales manager called me on setting up advertising for one of my clients and everything was on the right path but then all of sudden she asked What are you making with your client I was in shock this was totally unacceptable. I never asked any of my clients how much I make. That's not right in amy shape or form. I very disappointed and I really looked forward to the opportunity to working with Yelp for both my clients and myself. It is a good resource that many people use a go to search for companies and services alike. I know that but I'm a professional what I make has no bearing on if went forward with using your advertising services. This was really poor choice of words. I'm insulted. I'm a small business and work tremendously hard to gain every client like they are family I am not a cooperation or giant fortune 500 company. Like your co-worker implied if we don't get this restaurant we will just go to the next. Life is not easy like that.

    I don't even tell my friends what I make from my clients.

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  16. I want to know why my reviews are being filtered by your "special" software. If you are not going to allow valid honest reviews then you should not be in business. I have given five stars to places who do a GREAT job and other people are not able to read it. Yelp sucks and I plan to report to Better Business Bureau and California States Attorneys office for poor business practices. Also, your company should have a phone number where people can call. Yelp receives ZERO stars. Your company is a joke. I see why people want you shut down.

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  17. My workout was almost ruined because my Yelp app kept asking me to login and did not retain my new password. I had to report for a third time, at home. Annoying and a waste of time and there is nowhere to email on Yelp! 0 stars!

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  18. I posted a review on Taqueria Del Buen Pastor and it was not a positive one so it is not being shown. I looked everywhere so yes they do take money to have reviews removed. I'm not stupid Yelp or Taqueria Del Buen Pastor YOUR NOT FOOLING ANYONE BUT YOUR STUPID ASS SELVES JUST LIKE ZYNGA CORPORATION AND THEIR MINIONS (SUPPORT REPS) CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS. ITS ALL ABOUT MONEY GREED AND POWER BOTTOM LINE AND THOSE THAT WORK FOR THESE COMPANIES WOULD RATHER NOT DO WHAT IS RIGHT HAVE OR USE THEIR MORALS BECAUSE THEY NEED A JOB AND ARE AFRAID OF LOOSING IT SO THEY WOULD RATHER LIE AND PROTECT THEIR OWN ASSES THAN TO DO WHATS RIGHT MORALLY AND LEGALLY Laurie Carney

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  19. They also keep changing their hours and days open, are closed on days they should be open for Dr appointments instead of having other family members cover for them to keep store open on days it says they are open. They never used to be open on Sunday and they were always open on Tuesday now it says they are open sunday but not on tuesday and it still says open on Wednesday which is one of the days I called to see if they were open before driving a half hour to get there they said no they had Dr appointment. Total B.S as far as I'm concerned they also don't speak or understand English very well but tell you off when they get your order wrong and then tell you that you can no longer call in your order. Not like they will speak or understand English any better in person (which they don't) I've tried that also. Unbelievable to say the very least and what ever happened to the customer always being right in other words you want your customer happy so they will continue buying your product and so they will tell others how great you are, no not now a days. They don't care they don't value their customers and that makes me sick. Laurie Carney age 49

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  20. To whom it may concern,
    As a business owner I have received several calls from someone at Yelp. I informed them that I was not interest at this time, My employee's are being harass by someone at this number (312)637-5648. PLEASE STOP CALLING OR I WILL REPORT YOU TO THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU.....

    https://www.bbb.org/search

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