How to Spot (and Avoid) Fake Google Maps Listings

Caroline Ige of Silver Spring, Md., woke up recently in the middle of the night with sharp pain in her lower abdomen.

She was nauseated and had chills. Hoping to avoid a potentially long wait time at the emergency room, her husband did a Google search for a 24-hour urgent-care center nearby. Google listed one 10 miles away in Rockville, Md. There were a few five-star reviews—but no phone number. The couple got in the car and started driving.

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