Google, like any other platform, may have a problem with invalid local business listings for a number of reasons. One reason could be that businesses may have closed or moved, but their information has not been updated on Google’s platform. Another reason could be that the listing was created by a third party without the business’s knowledge or consent, and the information may be inaccurate or out-of-date. Additionally, some businesses may be listed multiple times with different or conflicting information, which can also contribute to the problem of invalid listings. Google is constantly updating its algorithms to catch and eliminate these invalid listings, but it can still be a challenge to keep up with the volume of information being submitted, especially when it comes to business listings which are frequently changing. Additionally, Google’s guidelines for listing a business are complex and not all business owners or managers understand them correctly, which could lead to invalid listings.