I was just shaking my head the entire time reading this.
Dentist Threatens to Sue Patient for Negative Yelp Review | ABC News - Yahoo!
I find it despicable that a professional would feel it necessary to silence their patients/customers from making bad reviews/comments about them with legal forms. It is just dirty.
"The controversy began in 2010, when Lee went into Makhnevich’s office for a scheduled dentist’s appointment. Bleary from pain, Lee claimed he was told he had to sign several papers, including a “Mutual Agreement to Maintain Privacy,” before being treated. The form required Lee to agree not to publish any commentary or write anything disparaging about his experience with Makhnevich."
And if anyone can tell me, is a business being on Yelp voluntary, paid for by the business, or can be put there by anyone?
I ask because this dentist has a Yelp page (which is where the comments were made) and I don't understand why she would do that and feel that it was ok to only silence the bad reviewer(s).
Honestly, I hope the guy gets back all the money he paid for the procedure from this dentist, plus any attorney fees.