10 Common Things You Do That Can Actually Get You Sued

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Writing a bad review

Let’s say you’ve had a bad experience with a company/service recently, and now you want to leave a bad review because it gives you the opportunity for revenge. However, you shouldn’t do that, especially when you’re not the most diplomatic person.

Although leaving reviews helps other people make an idea about a certain product or a service, if the words you wrote don’t reflect the truth, you got yourself in trouble. The company could sue you based on your undeserved hate that led to major revenue loss.

Next time make sure that everything you write is 100 percent true.

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