- Report: #904239
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Complaint Review: Dr.Oogle
Dr.OogleInternet United States of America
Dr.Oogle Dr.Oogle is a deceptive company that EXTORTS dentist to pay up or they will tarnish their name on the internet! Internet
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I had several good reviews from my patients then one day I noticed on the internet that my rating dropped to a 2 star. When I contacted Dr.Oogle, they said that in order to see these reviews and correct my star rating, I have to be a subscriber an pay a monthly due. I told them I was NOT interested in signing and asked to correct my rating since this was false. They refused unless I pay up. I told them that this was libel and extortion, and their comment to me was "to hire an attorney".
I will be contacting the Federal Trade Commission as I have read in other dental community websites that they too were victims of this company. Don't think I want to waste my money on an attorney for a crappy company like this!
To the general public, do not believe any of the reviews seen on Dr.Oogle. These are solicited reviews and I even think that the doctors pay for their services so that they will post good reviews.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/28/2012 01:46 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/DrOogle/internet/DrOogle-DrOogle-is-a-deceptive-company-that-EXTORTS-dentist-to-pay-up-or-they-will-tarn-904239. 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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