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Street View Shows of Business shows street view of incorrect address

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Hi, I've set up Google My Business Account for the "Whitebridge Wellness Centre & Uniting Church".  When doing a search this is what i see:

https://www.google.com.au/maps/place/Whitebridge+Wellness+Centre+%26+Uniting+Church+in+Australia/@-3...

 

The location of the Centre is 139 Dudley Rd.  When clicking on the "Street View" image on the lower left it goes to a completely different location!  It goes to 26 Milson St, Charlestown.  This is also happens to be a Uniting Church ... but in a different locality.

Can I either turn street view off or get it corrected?

regards

 

Tom

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Re: Street View Shows of Business shows street view of incorrect address

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bottom of GMaps is a link "Send Feedback" use this to report the inappropriate SV imagery.

As this SV phot is alos attached as "see outside" to your business listing I would also contact Business support to get this image removed from your Knowledge Graph as "see outside" as it is inappropriate:

The best way to contact business support:
contactflow & request a call back
https://goo.gl/5iDTCU
Talk to a specialist

https://goo.gl/IL2Qmf
Global Phone Support Hours:
You can request in many (maybe not all though) countries a call back of experts of business support by phone. This should be possible on official working days and during their the day time only - try it from 9 or 10 AM until 5 or 6 PM
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Helmut Geissler, Google My Business Top Contributor   |  my G+ profile

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Re: Street View Shows of Business shows street view of incorrect address

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bottom of GMaps is a link "Send Feedback" use this to report the inappropriate SV imagery.

As this SV phot is alos attached as "see outside" to your business listing I would also contact Business support to get this image removed from your Knowledge Graph as "see outside" as it is inappropriate:

The best way to contact business support:
contactflow & request a call back
https://goo.gl/5iDTCU
Talk to a specialist

https://goo.gl/IL2Qmf
Global Phone Support Hours:
You can request in many (maybe not all though) countries a call back of experts of business support by phone. This should be possible on official working days and during their the day time only - try it from 9 or 10 AM until 5 or 6 PM
_________________________________________________________________________
Helmut Geissler, Google My Business Top Contributor   |  my G+ profile

Street View Shows of Business shows street view of incorrect address

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These links to support just bring up an insert from google guiding you back to the forums in the UK?

 

Street View Shows of Business shows street view of incorrect address

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Hello Helmut,

Apologies but cannot figure out how to make a new question. Our business also has the correct street view for 91 Moreland Street, Footscray, which looks like a bomb site, for the address but the entrance is on the corner of two streets Moreland and Parker Streets, about 50 metres North.  It is a huge and imposing heritage entrance which we need to guide people to our industrial estate. See Docklands Cotton Mills, Footscray VIC Australia.  I just cannot seem to change it.  Thank you, Simon

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Answer must have been meant for someone else. Doesn't apply to our case