suck: verb: Middle English suken, from Old English sucan; Latin sugere

slang : to be objectionable or inadequate <Dick Poe Toyota Sucks> <the movie Swing Vote sucked> <doesn't our do-nothing Congress suck?>

Who Sucks? - Michael Lawton Sucks

Michael Lawton Sucks

Michael Lawton
Curbworks Decorative Curbing LLC
3872 W Cascades Circle
Syracuse, Utah 84075
(801) 725-7024

Michael Lawton Sucks. He is a rude and seemingly not-too-bright owner of a curbing business based in Syracuse, Utah. Mike Lawton apparently finds it amusing to spend his free time sending hateful messages to complete strangers, namely me, which is why I say Michael Lawton Sucks.

Michael Lawton sent me a message early one morning, using insults and curse words, and I found the message be both offensive and unnecessary. I have never met Mike Lawton, never knew anyone who has met him, and I certainly have never called him any names.

Michael Lawton once worked as the service manager of a Toyota dealer in Riverdale, Utah. Mr. Lawton thought he could harass me electronically and anonymously about my websites, which collectively contain a number of consumer complaints about Toyota. More than 500 Toyota dealer complaints, actually, and this seemed to anger Michael Lawton so much he was compelled to send an incredibly offensive email to a person he had never met.

To be fair, the complaint that he was angered by was an employee of his who wrote:

"Michael Lawton is one of the most self absorbed, RUDE, genuine piece of shit people I've ever met. He would brag about how he ripped people off. This guy cares about nothing but himself. I don't know one, not one person that works for Toyota that likes this guy.

Ask any employee in service, Michael Lawton treats people like they are the scum of the earth.

The owner needs to FIRE this guy!!"

And the owner of the Toyota dealership apparently decided the dealership would be better off without Mr. Lawton. It would appear that Mike Lawton is simply not a nice person, and he sucks.

Mr. Lawton engaged the services of a reputation management company, ReviewBoost, to help 'clean up' his online reputation. The best way to do that is not to be obnoxious in the first place, but I guess everyone has to be themselves.

At any rate, ReviewBoost turned out to be less than diplomatic once they discovered I would not take down the complaint about Michael Lawson just because they asked. They did not even ask nicely. If you are looking for a company to perform online reputation management services, make sure they do not get you extra negative attention like ReviewBoost did for Mike Lawton. For what ReviewBoost charges, you could probably do a much better job trying to legitimately clean up your online reputation by apologizing and offering to make amends. Maybe even try treating people with respect and dignity.

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