I'm sure I'll catch a lot of slack asking this at a BH forum where I know there are several members using virtual addresses, but I'm wondering if it could be a strategy I add to my local SEO arsenal. When doing research for clients sites I always use scrapebox to harvest urls of sites containing the citations of the top ranking pages for my client's keywords. I essentially just submit my client at all of the listings they use + all of my additional go-tos. A great strategy for building citations, but besides the point. Using this strategy in some niches you can immediately tell when a competitor is using a virtual address because there are several results of urls offering virtual addresses, and often listings of other businesses using identical addresses, including the exact same suite #. You would think that alone would raise some red flags at G when an unrelated company attempts to list their business using the same address as an already listed site. Especially when there are multiple occurrences. Since using a virtual address clearly violates G places terms, I'm curious if reporting them and including a few examples of proof would result in their removal from places? Even with great authority and citations, I'm sure removal of their citation from the Almighty G would cause for a fall in the rankings. My instincts tell me G probably won't even follow up to the report and it will never even reach the eyes of a human employee, but has anyone done this and gotten a response or had a business removed?