The Yellow Page Network – misinformation and sales pitch

They called saying it was simply to verify information to renew my yellow page add, just as I had done in the past. They said they were the "official" yellow pages that come up with a google search (untrue – they do not show up on the first 12 pages of a google search for "yellow pages"), and were the ones with which we are familiar with the walking fingers.

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The Yellow Page Network – misinformation and sales pitch is rated 1 out of 5 based on the reviews submitted by our users and is marked as POOR.
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