We just got an email that blows up WICR’s claim that WICRleaks.com caused them to lose a 50K contract. In our lawsuit that we are defending against WICR, they claimed we have caused them to lose business. Maybe, but that’s only because consumers, when they have full access to all information, can make good decisions.Continue reading EMAIL FROM Ex- WICR CLIENT SHOWS REASON WHY EVERY POTENTIAL CLIENT SHOULD WALK AWAY FROM WICR
Please note, Google translate was used to write the Spanish version.
In a case brought by Labor Commssioner/Department of Industrial Relations, representing former WICR employee Efren Contreras, Contreras won an award of $4,500.00 plus interest and expenses for a total of $4,832.16 for wages and expenses pursuant to Labor Code 98.1 (c) En un caso presentado por el Comisionado Laboral / Departamento de Relaciones Industriales, en representación del ex empleado de WICR Efren Contreras, Contreras ganó un premio de $ 4,500.00 más intereses y gastos por un total de $ 4,832.16 por salarios y gastos de conformidad con el Código Laboral 98.1 (c)Continue reading EFREN CONTRERAS WINS BACK HIS STOLEN WAGES FROM WICR -efren Contreras recuperating sis salarior robados de wicr
All these reviews are found on Google reviews and Yelp! On Yelp be sure to scroll down to find reviews not currently recommended to see many hidden reviews.
We have a reader who posted a review telling us that their contract has a clause in it that there is a $10,000 penalty for leaving a bad review on Yelp. They said they received a demand letter to remove the review or else they would be sued. WICR may sue, but you can probably prevail given that consumers have rights to review and criticize businesses.
So that readers are aware and know their rights there is a “right to review law” in California. Part of this law makes it illegal to insert clauses in a contract that fines or otherwise penalizes a consumer for writing reviews on Yelp!, Google, Angie’s List etc. Known as the Yelp right to review law from a Utah case, this law gives consumers a way to fight back against unscrupulous companies like WICR. If you receive a demand letter because you wrote a Yelp review… File a complaint with the CSLB and send them a copy of your illegal contract… And while you’re at it you may want to file a complaint with the attorney general’s office as well. Do not let WICR’s attorneys letter threatening you with mayhem deter you. You can file a complaint with the State Bar that a licensed attorney is attempting to sue over an illegal clause. I don’t think the state bar will like that to much.
WICR maintains a blog connected to their website; who ever is writing it is demonstrating a hilarious complete lack of self awareness in their latest post titled “WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN CHOOSING DECKING COMPANIES“.
“Read reviews, licensing and recommendations. “Continue reading WICR’s Lack of Self Awareness IS HILARIOUS
If you are opposing counsel of Lindborg and Mazor LLP, we are glad you found us and hope we are helpful in your cause. You can find all the filings screen shot below under David Mazor-Krubinski v Parex LaHabra at the Orange County CA Superior Courts online system. I have many filings and am happy to share whole filings with you if you would like a copy.Continue reading Irina Mazor of Lindborg & Mazor llp Was Accused of Witness Tampering, Being Uncredible, Making Slanderous Statements in David Mazor v Parex LaHabra, Peter Lindborg Implicated Too