Restaurant Warning – Touch 2 Success – Ownership Requests for Business Listings


This is not the first time I have been seeing unsolicited ownership requests coming from Touch 2 Success, but there has been a large spike in restaurant ownership requests from this company.

 

What To Do:

 

1. Deny the Ownership Request

You should deny the ownership request as soon as it comes through.

Click » View Request » Deny

Ownership Request for Google My Business - Touch 2 Success - Online Ownership
 

They use a variety of sequenced email addresses:
seo11@touch2success.co.uk
seo17@touch2success.co.uk
seo22@touch2success.co.uk
seo25@touch2success.co.uk
seo28@touch2success.co.uk
seo29@touch2success.co.uk

Also going to touch 2 success is the foodhub domain email requests:

mohanapriya.a@foodhub.com
soundarya.srinivasan@foodhub.com
divya.bharathy@foodhub.com
rajiv.rajendran@foodhub.com

 

2. Report Their Attempt

Without reporting, a human at Google My Business will never know of these fraudulent attempts at ownership access, so take 2 minutes and report.

Google My Business has specific 3rd party guidelines that agencies / companies should follow, so please do report bad third parties.

 

Restaurants need to protect their business listings, especially during COVID when they have become a hot commodity being able to remain open for takeaway and the entire country in lockdown.

Don’t let scammers get access to your business listing.

 

 

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