A Georgia dentist whose website has been targeted by a fake news site claims to have been “bullied” by the site.
Jacksonville Seo reports that in April, a fake report surfaced on the Georgia dentist website and received nearly 1,000 shares.
A screenshot of the report was posted on the Dr. JackSONville Seoproctics Facebook page.
The report claimed to have uncovered the Georgia dental office’s use of an office that “has no evidence” it was connected to a fraud case.
The office “does not have a documented history of fraud or misconduct, nor does it provide a legitimate and accurate dental care or dental treatment service.”
The report said the dental office “is not authorized to practice in Georgia” and did not have an authorized professional dentist.
It added that “it was reported to us that Dr. Jacksonville Seol and his company had taken advantage of the internet and social media platforms to falsely accuse him of practicing in Georgia.”
The Dr. JACKSONVILLE Seopropics website was updated with a new photo of the dentist and an explanation for why it had not been removed.
The updated website does not list Jacksonvillas name on its About page, but the office’s owner has confirmed that Jacksonvillian Seo, the dentist’s name, is the same as the one on the website.
The Dr JACKSONVILLIAN Seo owner said that the dentist had contacted him in April to ask that he remove the information.
The owner said he told the dentist that he “would like to speak with him, and that he should contact me immediately.”
He said that he has yet to receive a response.
Jacksons office did not respond to The Associated Press’ request for comment.
The website claims to provide an office “without a documented dental history” and said “Jacksonville has not had a documented past of fraud and misconduct, and the office has not been authorized to provide a dental treatment or dental care service in Georgia, nor has it provided a legitimate dental care.
JackSons dental office is not licensed to provide dental care, and its office is no longer registered with the Georgia Dental Association.”
It also claims that the website has “no evidence that this office was used for any criminal activity, but there is no evidence that it was linked to any fraudulent or fraudulent activities.”
The site states that it does not provide any information about any of its patients and that “the office does not have any recorded history of any fraudulent, fraudulent or unethical activities.”
Jacksonville Seocasts owner said in a phone interview that he was not aware of any “criminal activity” involving the office.
He said he was contacted by The Associated Post and contacted by several media outlets about the article on April 24, including the Associated Press.
He did not immediately respond to a request for a comment.
JackSonville Seopharmacy did not return a request from The Associated Pte.
for comment, but Jacksonvale Seoprophics website has a disclaimer stating that “all information contained on the site is accurate, but cannot be guaranteed and may be inaccurate.
We are not responsible for any information contained within this site.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dr. J. Jack, at (912) 927-8855.”
The dentist has been on a media campaign to discredit Jacksonvilas work.
He posted a video of him saying, “The article that’s been written is nothing but a smear campaign by the media against me.
They’re trying to use this article to discredit me, and then make a fake story about it.”
The video has received over 10,000 views and over 8,000 comments.
The video says that the article is a “fraudulent and defamatory attack” against Dr. Jacob Jacksonville.
JackJacksonville Seopproctrics said in its video that it has not removed any information on the JacksonVillian Seoprocity website.
However, it said it would “take immediate action to remove this website from our website.”
It added: “The information and content posted on this website is not in compliance with any applicable laws and regulations in Georgia.
We have made no attempts to contact JackJacksonvillas office and we do not know of any such attempt.
We believe that all of the information and the content contained on this site is factual and has been verified.
The information and contents contained on our website are solely for educational purposes and are not intended to provide medical advice or treatment recommendations.”
JacksonVillains website also contains the claim that the office was “not authorized to be in Georgia and has not ever been licensed to do so.”
It states that the only information provided on the webpage is that JackSonvillas dental office has “not had a history