A business listing verification server is operative to verify whether a business listing complies with a selected business configuration rule. The business listing verification server may include a business listing database comprising a plurality of business listings and a business information source pipeline for processing the various business listings. The business listing verification server may further include a set of business listing configuration rules, wherein each business listing configuration rule may be established for a separate business. A business listing configuration rule may establish whether a business listing is a potentially suspicious business listing. In addition, the business listing verification server may also include a moderation priority queue, where business listings to be moderated are prioritized based on whether the business listings have been identified as potentially suspicious business listings according to one or more business listing configuration rules.
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