Couple Fined $3,500 For Negative Review Fights Back With Lawsuit

In the letter by Scott Michelman, staff attorney with Public Citizen who is representing the Palmers, the Palmers demanded that KlearGear.com inform the three major credit reporting agencies that their debt was in error, to compensate the Palmers $75,000 and not to include its "non-disparagement clause" going forward.

Michelman also said that the "non-disparagement" clause was not even on the website when John Palmer placed his order in 2008.

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