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  • commented 9 months ago
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  • Get paid for all the reviews that you wrote for Yelp! over the years.
    Federal and State laws state that as Yelp! had the right to control you as a reviewer/writer and as the reviews you wrote were essential* to their business of reviewing restaurants and businesses that you must be paid wages for all the reviews you wrote.
    We will ask the Court to award approximately $100 per review that you wrote. For example, if you wrote 650 reviews, we will ask the Court to order Yelp! to pay you your wages of $65,000.00. It doesn't matter in the eyes of the law that you were convinced to work for Yelp! for free as you can't legally waive your right to wages. As this is a class action, if you want to continue to work for Yelp! you can do so as it is likely that a multitude of Yelp! unpaid reviewers will share in the court ordered award.
    Clearly Yelp! owes you wages under the Nature of the Business test. Yelp! admits that it would not exist if not for you, a reviewer. But we'd like to know about Yelp!'s control of you in writing a particular way, how you had to do things their way at every stage, disciplined you for not following their rules and fired you.
    Go here and communicate with the 13th Amendment Law Firm (The 13th Amendment freed the slaves in 1865).
    http://www.YelpClassAction.info
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    Get paid for all the reviews that you wrote for Yelp! over the years. Federal and State laws state that as Yelp! had the right to control you as a reviewer/writer and as the reviews you wrote were essential* to their business of reviewing restaurants and businesses that you must be paid wages for all the reviews you wrote. We will ask the Court to award approximately $100 per review that you wrote. For example, if you wrote 650 reviews, we will ask the Court to order Yelp! to pay you your wages of $65,000.00. It doesn't matter in the eyes of the law that you were convinced to work for Yelp! for free as you can't legally waive your right to wages. As this is a class action, if you want to continue to work for Yelp! you can do so as it is likely that a multitude of Yelp! unpaid reviewers will share in the court ordered award. Clearly Yelp! owes you wages under the Nature of the Business test. Yelp! admits that it would not exist if not for you, a reviewer. But we'd like to know about Yelp!'s control of you in writing a particular way, how you had to do things their way at every stage, disciplined you for not following their rules and fired you. Go here and communicate with the 13th Amendment Law Firm (The 13th Amendment freed the slaves in 1865). http://www.YelpClassAction.info llll
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