The Web is a lovely place to not merely get mad, but get even.
But what if the company you're criticizing thinks your version of "even" isn't even-handed?
A woman in Fairfax, Va., may now have to go to court to prove that her Yelping assessment of a contractor's work was vaguely just.
The way the Washington Post tells it, Jane Perez believed that Christopher Dietz had not merely damaged her home, as opposed to repair it, but also invoiced her for work he never did at all.
And then there's the jewelry.
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