• http://www.facebook.com/tienvnguyen Tien V Nguyen

    I think what he did was obviously deplorable, but 4 years seems a bit excessive.

  • Sheldon Campbell

    @facebook-2500302:disqus I might agree with you if he had done it once… perhaps even twice. But he did it MANY times, causing a lot of people fear, mental anguish and monetary losses. Given the scope of what he did, I’d say he got off easy.

  • http://blog.clayburngriffin.com/ Clayburn Griffin

    Seems harsh.

  • doomedby2020

    Personally, i don’t understand how it is legal for a website to list a business without consent, then benefit from the reviews that get posted. My construction business got a single review, a bad review from a wacky client and now i am loosing work because of it. Yelp won’t delete my account…in fact, after protesting they locked my account…my home address is listed for all to see and i cannot change it. This seems terribly unlawful.