Linda Buquet

Jun 28, 2012
Not talking anything shady here, but there are sometimes legit reasons a customer or patient could like to keep their name out of a review. A couple good examples would be clients of a bankruptcy attorney or cosmetic surgery patients.

One of our Top Contributors, Phil Rosek just did the research and created a great list. The info graphic was created by one of our regular members, David Deering.

So head over to read, give it a bookmark for future reference and a thumbs up!

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