Unimpressed by the unsolicited goods, Bosch and her boyfriend contacted the dispensary owner who said he did not make the pages in question but will get them taken down as soon as possible. Getty Images
Kelly Bosch knew something was amiss when strangers started showing up at her home in a quiet area of north Sacramento, money in hand. They all had one thing on their mind and she quickly sent them away empty-handed.
“A young man came up to me, was non-threatening, and he asked me if I knew about the Alpaca Club,” Bosch told CBS Sacramento. “It’s 2062 Fenmore and it’s a dispensary club. He held his phone in front of me and he showed me the address that’s showing on Yelp.”
After a little research, Bosch soon discovered her home had become a dispensary overnight after her address was somehow listed as the place of business for Alpaca Club Sacramento Dispensary on not just Yelp, but Yahoo and the company’s YouTube page. “People come up and idle in front of the house just to see if we are a dispensary,” the frustrated homeowner said. “I’ve been coming out saying move along because literally they are sitting in my driveway.”
“But then I started to get additional foot traffic and on Saturday I ended up getting a package from a supplier trying to promote their business.”
Unimpressed by the unsolicited goods, Bosch and her boyfriend contacted the dispensary owner who said he did not make the pages in question but will get them taken down as soon as possible.
Published: August 12, 2020
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