Yelp Corporate Office

Yelp Corporate Office Address

Yelp, Inc.
706 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94103

Contact Yelp

Phone Number: (415) 908-3801
Fax Number: (415) 462-0506
Website: http://www.yelp.com
Email: Email Yelp

Executives

CEO: Jeremy Stoppelman
CFO: Robert J. Krolik
COO: Geoff Donaker

Yelp History

Yelp was launched in San Francisco, California in 2004 by former Paypal software engineers Russel Simmons and current CEO Jeremy Stoppelman.  The site focuses on reviews of local businesses with an emphasis on dining and nightlife.

In 2008, the company expanded to the east coast by opening an office in Manhatten.  A Canadian version of the site was also launched that same year.

In 2009, Yelp expanded to the UK market and later to France, Spain and Austria.

In 2012, the company went public and also acquired one of their main competitors, Qype.

Yelp current provides reviews for consumers in 13 countries.

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will wipps April 3, 2015 at 6:44 pm

It is a shame that companies like Yelp insist on FORCING people with religious beliefs to do things the way YELP thinks they should do it. that is the way the north korean government works. I thought that in America there was religious freedom to do as their religion tells them. I thought that was what america was founded on.
I think in a few years this country will be worse than north korea thanks to people like the Yelp CEO.

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equityveritas April 2, 2015 at 8:27 pm

Regarding the open letter by CEO Jeremy Stoppelman to states considering laws that allow discrimination:
Not a very educated or informed person for being a CEO, but very willing to parrot the ignorant knee-jerk blather from interest group ‘alerts’ that mischaracterize and promote a false narrative. Before you start writing open letters, Jeremy, understand what the subject matter is and what the facts are – otherwise you expose yourself as the unreasonable and irrational person that only contributes to bullying, intellectual dishonesty, and mob rule.

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Michael Meyers March 30, 2015 at 10:29 pm

This is in regards to the recent decision by the CEO to boycott Indiana for passing a religious freedoms bill. Newsflash idiot, this is America, being gay is a choice, choosing to not tolerate it is a choice as well. Nobody has the right to force anyone to do something against their beliefs. Not even the wanna be king obama. Hopefully you will boycott Indiana and remove all association with the state as well as any other state you are associated with. Not a single state that has true AMERICANS in it need you or your company pushing the socialist/communist agenda of this current UNAMERICAN administration. I am in Louisiana and we have a very similar bill, please feel free to take your communist agenda out of here as well.

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Julie March 20, 2015 at 1:24 pm

To Whom this may concern:

RE: On Natural Wellness

Urgent!!

Your website had been illegally published our pictures by an individual Katie B. who stole these pictures from our office without our consent. We request you remove these pictures by Katie B. immediately or legal action will be brought forward.

Thank you,
Julie
On Natural Wellness

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Tom Stambaugh February 6, 2015 at 6:15 pm

I have been a yelper since May of 2008, when Yelp first expanded to the East Coast. I have submitted many reviews, each of them legitimate and reflecting my first-hand experience with the business in question.

I posted a review on August 10, 2012, two and a half years ago, of a Brookline optician (Arcade Optical). Very recently, the yelp robot decided that my review was fake, and moved to the “not recommended” section.

This is rude and insulting. Worse, Yelp offers NO mechanism for addressing this. They offered no notice, notification, warning, no mechanism for me to confirm that it was real or to even know that my review had been set aside this way.

The brick wall that Yelp has erected around itself is as revolting as the arrogant behavior of its robot. It’s clear to me, from my experience, that yelp has ZERO interest in user loyalty. That, in turn, makes each and every review suspect.

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Jennifer February 2, 2015 at 9:30 pm

Dear Yelp,

By reading through all of these reviews I guess I’m not alone in saying that this company doesn’t give two craps about their business clients. Just like a majority of the business owners have said here, you guys love to remove legitimate reviews while allowing nasty, rude, disrespectful people to keep their false reviews on. I have had a handful of REAL customers come to me and ask me why you deleted their comments, I have tried to email you but NO ONE gets back to me! I’ve tried adding my profile picture so that I can actually try to respond back to these losers but instead constantly tell me my picture isn’t good enough? What kind of picture are you looking for? I’ve sent over 10 different face pictures and still nothing. This is such a shame. You guys are pathetic.

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Loren O'Neil January 16, 2015 at 5:58 pm

I am extremely dissapointed and shocked about how rudely i was treated by your employee renee lewis. I tried getting a supervisor or manager on the phone and she hung up one me. Please contact me at 516-305-**** i wish to end my relationship with yelp after this incident.

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Rufus Yelp the brother of Mr Yelp January 11, 2015 at 8:25 pm

Come on one of y’all corporate punks say something, I hope y’all are the next fraud case on 20/20, because it’s closer than you think.

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Rufus Yelp the brother of Mr Yelp January 11, 2015 at 8:23 pm

Let’s let the world now how yelp sucks, come on don’t be scared, jump on out there, because y’all suck.

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