Sunday, August 17, 2014

Doctors Lie and Have Medical Justice Lie For Them

There are a lot of doctor review sites such as Ratemds, Well Point, Yelp, Vitals, Ucompare, Healthgrades, ZocDoc and Google reviews but it it turns out that the filthy slime American doctors have hired a slime ball company called Medical Justice to plant phony glowing reviews. Is anyone really surprised? Doctors are notorious liars.

Don't take my word for it, check out the following links.



  1. Medical Justice planting glowing reviews on RateMDs.com ...

    php.ratemds.com › ... › Medical & Doctor Related Forum

    May 24, 2011 - Over the past few weeks, we've found evidence that Medical Justice has .... I wonder if the false ratings were random or directed at specific  ...



    1. Medical Justice caught impersonating happy patients on Yelp

      arstechnica.com/.../medical-justice-caught-impersonating-ha...

      Ars Technica
      by Timothy Lee - May 27, 2011 - Apparently these reviews are then sent to Medical Justice for posting ... to the state of New York for posting fake, positive reviews of itself online.



      1. Medical Experts Riled as Doctors Try to Censor Their ...

        www.foxnews.com/.../medical-experts-riled-as-doctor...

        Fox News Channel
        Feb 19, 2009 - ... groups spearheading the move is a company called Medical Justice,... when people pretending to be former patients write phony reviews.
      2. It gets even slimier and sleazier. Doctor are making patients sign agreements called gag contracts which force patients not to talk about their experience with that particular doctor/charlatan. American doctors are behaving like Nazis.


        1. Some doctors try to squelch online reviews - Washington Post

          www.washingtonpost.com/...reviews/.../gIQA2KQh...

          The Washington Post
          Jan 28, 2012 - The deck is stacked against them because people tend to review stuff when they're ... Jeffrey Segal, founder of Medical Justice, said that his firm has since ...As for the phony patients, Lagu said her team did not detect any.

      3. Medical Astroturfing - Fake Positive Reviews - TUUM EST


        tuum-est.com/rate-doctors/medical-astroturfing.html

        But be wary of Astroturfing, a growing practice where fake positive reviews dupe ... of malpractice insurance through his web company Medical Justice Services,  
      4. RELATED: Are Doctors Stupid or Evil? CLICK HERE!

      5. The majority of Americans hate their doctor and the criminal medical industrial complex. To prove this to yourself go to Google or Bing and type in "Doctors are" Then look at the suggestions that pop up.
      6. Trash your doctor online because trash needs to be trashed.


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