Wikipedia is allegedly an open encyclopedia that allows anyone who joins or has knowledge on a subject to add that knowledge to the page in question. The problem is that this is not factual. In fact, there are many pages created by big corporations which are protected and cannot be altered. Marcus Evans is one such page.
Wikipedia allows agents of Marcus Evans, www.marcusevans.com to control the content of the site. As such, and this is just one example of many I am sure, they will allow agents to file protection blocks against individuals who write dissenting views, even if these are legally recorded. I personally altered the marcus evans wikipedia page repeatedly with factual information on its training courses, hiring practises and many legal issues including its illegal liquidation of offices, being raided by authorities in The Netherlands, leaving people to turn up for work with no job, and even changing its name (yes marcusevans changed its name many times) but most recently Marcus Evans himself had all his European offices unregistered and reregistered to evade a barrage of lawsuits for monies he owed employees who left on their own or were let go by him.
The loophole in the law allowed Marcus Evans to evade responsibility and accountability for his illegal behaviour and left many employees without monies owed and with large lawyers bills they had paid to try and get their monies owed. DO NOT do business with www.marcusevans.com or any of his subsidiaries, THG (The Hospitality Group) or Linguarama. Marcus Evans staff lie about everything and this is a well known fact. The fact marcusevans staff is able to control Wikipedia tells a lot about Wikipedias inability to be factually correct. Bias reviews are not honest reviews. NO encyclopedia has such bias but for Wikipedia.