James

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There is a business I am working with and they have a local llisting, however, the are a practise type business and all previous practitioners who worked their added themselves to google my business creating a load of results with the same address but their own names.

They have now left, I cant get in touch with them and the local listings are still there. I want to remove the bad listings (there are 4) and leave the 1 legit one.

Ive tried flagging them as duplicates but I dont get any reply from google, I have a level 9 account I am using to do this but it is not seeming to do anything.

Does anoyne have any ideas how to approach this?

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Hey James,

That article Linda referenced is the most up-to-date one. Flagging a listing as a duplicate isn't going to accomplish anything, unfortunately. Practitioner listings won't be considered duplicates by Google since they are allowed.
 

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