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JAN 25, 2012 | 02:50PM PST
Hi there,

We wanted to let you know that we've removed your reviews of Grace Christian Church and Boardwalk Auto Group. Your reviews were flagged by the Yelp community, and our Support team has determined that they fall outside our Content Guidelines (Content Guidelines | Yelp) because they are not primarily relevant to a consumer experience at these businesses.

Continuing behavior as such will result in account closure.

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Aaron Weinzierl, who submitted the first review, is a pastor on the payroll. Of course, he is going to recommend it.

Aaron and his father Jerry were involved in a pyramid scheme Advantage Conferences. Advantage Conferences sued the Dallas Better Business Bureau and lost. Its owner, Tim Darnell, sued me and lost in Summary Judgment as well. l blogged about them and Advantage Conferences and truthfully exposed the scam they were involved in.

Jerry Weinzierl actually took out Google ads threatening me with a lawsuit for sharing the truth. I archived their lawsuit threats on my site, Realscamdotcom. Please check out the pastors carefully as they certainly didn't treat me as I would expect men of God to. They weren't in the least Christian from what I experienced.

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My earlier review was removed because:

" Your review was flagged by the Yelp community, and our Support team has determined that it falls outside our Content Guidelines (Content Guidelines | Yelp) because it lacks a firsthand experience."

I do have personal experience with their Marketing Manager, Jack Weinzierl. Mr. Weinzierl publicly accused me of stalking his family and threatened to sue me repeatedly. Tim Darnell followed through with a frivolous, harassment suit. The allegations of me stalking these men were litigated in court and proven to be fiction as the Harvard Law site shows:

Darnell v. Dobrott | Citizen Media Law Project

A senior citizen that lost money in the pyramid scam he promoted, Advantage Conferences, sued Mr. Weinzierl in Collin County District court. The attorneys fees were tens of thousands of dollars and the elderly Plaintiff was unable to keep funding them. As the Plaintiff lived out of state in California and could not be here in court I stepped in as lead Plaintiff in the suit against him so no attorney would be needed. The court documents are posted here:


I would certainly not ever want to deal with Mr. Weinzierl again.

Yelp User Support
San Francisco, California
What is not firsthand experience when one is falsely accused of stalking and has to meet the lying scammer in court? What is not firsthand experience about being threatened with a lawsuit publicly via Google ads.

Yelp only wants sugary sweet 5 star recommendations. The reviews on there are not trustworthy. Aaron Weinzierl gives Grace Christian Church 5 stars. Is that really a surprise as he is on the payroll and driving a very nice car provided by the church????? Silly me. I thought the truth was good enough. Did they miss this:
The writer probably ought to take a look at 47 USC 230. In relevant part, it reads: "No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider." In other words, the site owner is not liable for what others post. Moreover, since this is a federal statute, it preempts any state law to the contrary.
So, what's the problem with truthful posts, Yelp???