Tesla fans flood JPMorgan's Yelp page with 1-star reviews as Elon Musk spars with the bank

Fans of the inventor of the rocket have taken to the company's page on the review website to show their displeasure.

Fans of the electric vehicle maker hit the US' largest bank's page with a slew of one-star reviews on Monday over the bank's lawsuit against the company.

The bank says that it held stock warrants for Musk and that he had "funding secured" to take the company private. The Wall Street Journal reported on Musk's comments about the lawsuit.

If JPM doesn't withdraw their lawsuit, the CEO will give them a one star review on Yelp. "This is my last warning!"

By Tuesday morning, there were dozens of negative reviews on the page.
"JP Morgan Sucks from the owner of a car company."
That's what you get when you play with Elon.
They got my order wrong. I wanted curly fries.
"Only one star for their frivolous lawsuits against their business partners."
I'm here for the company. Giving one star to someone who sued the company.

The recommended reviews had a fewTesla-related ratings slip past them. New reviews of the bank were disabled on Tuesday.
It's called Yelp.

"This business recently received increased public attention, which often means people come to this page to post their views on the news," an alert on the page said. We don't take a stand one way or the other when it comes to this incident, but we have temporarily disabled the posting of content to this page as we work to investigate the content you see here. We apply the same policy to businesses and topics at issue.

Musk responded to a parody of a one-star review of JPMorgan that said, "used to come here." Musk hasn't spoken publicly about the review bombing. The service has degraded. Place is not living up to its name. Doesn't accept DOGE. The image was captioned, "Elon's review of JPMorgan is lit."

Musk responded with a laugh.

On November 23, 2021, Elon Musk posted a picture of himself.

A request for comment was not immediately responded to. The company could not be reached for comment.
The Wall Street Journal reported that JPMorgan said it was unfortunate that the issue was being forced into litigation.