World Premiere at SF DocFest 2017

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We are thrilled to announce that ‘Billion Dollar Bully’ will be premiering at DOCFEST: SF Documentary Festival! The film festival runs June 1st – 15th in San Francisco. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we know exactly which dates, time, and theater you can see BDB. 

More news to soon follow! We expect to be hearing from other organizations in the next 2 – 3 months.

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  • You guys better be ready to defend your credibility. Yelp is substantially different then the years ago material being used and Stoppelmen is a big activist for positive overall. The actions of a few sales people don’t represent an entire company. There is also some pretty solid evidence that some people complaining about yelp are straight up making things up or substantially exaggerating because they are upset that customer reviews can affect their restaurants business, and instead of working to improve things and reach out to customers to make things right they find someone to blame.

    • They don’t have to defend anything. It’s Yelp that will have to defend themselves. They are still doing the same sh*t they were doing years ago, calling people up and shaking them down for money (check out Botto Bistro’s Facebook posts). I’m looking forward to this.

    • I would argue that Stoppelman creates a company culture that harms business owners. He advocates for business owners to listen to their consumers, yet he doesn’t follow his own advice in the slightest sense. His consumers are the business owners he sells advertising to, and he does nothing to help them. The advertising packages are, by Yelp salespeoples own admission, not forthcoming on how business owners are charged.

    • As a restauranteur with a 4.5 star rating on yelp, their “recommendation software” has removed 17 of 20 5 star reviews written in 2017. We have always had this rating and are in our 4th year. What would be the incentive for us to complain? It’s because every one of those reviews were legitimate, and yelp delegitimized them, while leaving genuinely bogus reviews to stand.

  • You guys are fantastic. Someone needs to put a stop to the extortion! Please keep me posted on whatever I can do to help.

    • Thank you, David! We can’t wait to get this released and will definitely let you know if there’s anything you can do for help. Feel free to email your location so that we can let you know if it will be playing at a festival near you.

  • This is great news since sliced bread get those bastards at YELP and their CEO and Board of Directors who need to be held Accountable to scrutinize small businesses for sheer greed and dishonest business schemes and practices extorting harming imposing economic sanctions on every small business who is trying to rejuvenate the economy put food on their table for their families and employees

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