Robert_Charlton - 5:38 am on Jan 17, 2011 (gmt 0)
For instance, I've seen cases where a domain which matches the business name perfectly, but is for a business in a completely different state, is associated in Google Places.
I've seen Google make the mistake for a business with only two of three words associated with a website related to the business but not the main site. This was with a neighborbood produce store that hadn't claim its listing.
I assumed it was a hijacked listing and reported it to Google, and Google fixed it in a matter of days. I also told the grocer and suggested he claim his listing, which he's done.