But the company claims in the suit that, because the blinds were eventually delivered, the Yelp review is making “misrepresentations about the alleged non-delivery of the blinds” and is essentially false.
“In the event that your [Yelp] statement is not removed within five days from the date of this letter, my client intends to pursue all remedies available to him at law and equity,” according to a letter sent by Zwick’s attorney a year after the blinds were installed. “In addition, you must not publicly publish this event in the future.”
Despite Zwick’s efforts, the review remains on Yelp.
Just helping with the Streisand Effect, Zwick.