- Report: #1026078
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Complaint Review: DR.Oogle
DR.OogleInternet United States of America
DR.Oogle Dr Oogle is a deceptive opportunistic marketing scam that coerces dentists into utilizing their advertising services, and then blackmails them if they stop payment. Internet
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After contacting Dr. Oogle I was informed that the only way to make any correction or rebuttal was to subscribe to their services. I was hesitant but decided to subscribe and correct what I felt was misleading and partially untruthful information. I paid the $149.85 subscription fee, and detailed in writing my side of what happened with the patient and sent the information to them.
Shortly after I submitted my side of the situation, Dr Oogle removed the negative review from my posting. During the next few months, Dr Oogle sent several emails advertising their services to market and advertise my practice, but I wasnt interested and didnt respond. When the three months ended, they tried to debit my credit card which was no longer valid because it had expired. I received several emails to contact them or my subscription would expire. I ignored them because I wasnt interested in their services.
Shortly after refusing to renew my subscription, I learned that Dr Oogle had reposted the same negative review. It was also interesting to note that they also had removed most of the positive reviews that had been posted previous to my failure to pay more fees.
My assessment of Dr Oogle is that they are an opportunistic marketing scam. They use the pretense of advertising and marketing your practice for a monthly subscription price of $49.95. My advice to other dentists is DO NOT CONTACT THEM! Dont try to work with them, and stay away from them and their website, unless you are willing to pay extortion fees the rest of your career.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/09/2013 11:42 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/DROogle/internet/DROogle-Dr-Oogle-is-a-deceptive-opportunistic-marketing-scam-that-coerces-dentists-into-u-1026078. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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