People who post fake hotel reviews on TripAdvisor will be named and shamed by an online reputation management company next month, according to an article in Telegraph Travel.
Kwikchex, which is acting on behalf of more than 800 hotels and restaurants, told the paper it plans to publish a list of thousands of reviewers it suspects of posting fraudulent and defamatory comments.
It says websites such as TripAdvisor will be told to notify their reviewers of the list, once published, and they will be given two weeks to remove the comments or face legal action if they cannot substantiate their claims and show that were guests of the establishments concerned.
TripAdvisor said it will protect reviewers by refusing to release their actual names unless it is ordered to do so by a court of law.
By Linsey McNeill
Monday, October 25, 2010
In 2010 Green Globe Certification established a partnership with the Club Med group, to guide and improve their sustainability performance.
Club Med is the only all-inclusive resort chain to have 40 properties Green Globe certified in 20 countries.
For more information about Club Med's sustainability activities, click on the Sustainable Development tab at www.clubmed-corporate.com