A/Prof. Andrew Brooks
If readers Google “Dr Andrew Brooks Ratemds” they be will be taken to 13 ratings on you – as at Thu. 4 Feb. 2021. The earliest 3 are really bad, but then there are 9 in a row which almost claim you are some sort of saint, perhaps some sort of god, presumably at your behest, as you became aware of the really bad ones, with one from me in the middle of the 9, dated June, 2017, which sets out an email I’d sent you.
Of course you didn’t reply to this email – didn’t even acknowledge it. But no doubt it being there annoyed you.
If you go to the rating dated May 6, 2017, you will see that it reads, “When I recently showed the comment, (my comment,) about the 70 year old to Dr Brooks he explained that the elderly gentleman has mental problems and complains about lots of doctors. He also said he is also making up a lot of lies. Dr Brooks is one of the most honest and ethical doctors I have dealt with. I will vouch for his character. He is also happy to give you his mobile and email which he responds promptly to.”
Of course, the reality is that I’ve sent you more than 40 emails and you’ve only ever acknowledged and responded to one – one in which I sought details as to how best to send you your $3,200 fee for less than and hours work. And these days you don’t seem to have even one email address that works.
Then a rating dated August 12, 2019, reads, “I asked Dr Brooks about the other rating below, (my rating,) and he said it was written by a patient who is mentally ill who keeps contacting him and stalking him. The comment about the turf (sic!) operation, is not the Dr Brooks I know.”
Do you really think I’m mentally ill? Perhaps we could discuss it, soon, on this website, or elsewhere. Or perhaps what you told these two people, and perhaps many others, is the sort of lies you seem to tell at the drop of a hat, when it suits you.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A note for readers: Dr Brooks has been advised by an Australia Post letter, that, in future, he will be deemed to have received any letters which have been put up on this website, like the one above. The email address on his website, email@example.com, has been taken down and doesn’t work; he claims he doesn’t receive emails sent to his email address on the Sydney University’s website, firstname.lastname@example.org; and why should we or anyone else have to go to the trouble of setting themselves us to send faxes just for him, and why should we have to go to the trouble of sending him letters through Australia Post. And it makes it easy for him – he can respond using our email address – email@example.com. If he doesn’t bother to check this website for letters deemed to have sent to him, which only takes a few seconds a day, that’s his problem. And any letters any of our readers wish to send him, can be put up in the same way.