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9 comments
The big deal works like this: you get an email from Angie's List with a discounted service (tree trimming, carpet cleaning, .etc). If you like the offer, you sign up for the coupon and the price (discounted) is paid for with your credit card (on file as you have to...
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Anonymous
#998466

From the business side - The Big DealFor ex the regular price is $100.00, Angie's want you to offer it at a discount say $80. The owner gets 40% of the $80. Angie's list keep...

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Location
Austin, Texas
Loss
$150
Review #235590 is a subjective opinion of poster.
2 comments
Angie's List will keep charging you even after you cancel your subscription or "discounted trial". My advise is to pay by paypal so that you can contact them when angie charges you again and again after cancellation. The nominal fee that you will repeatedly refute, at...
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mar1scs
#630402

WOW....I WAS SCAMMED BY ANGIES LIST!! They made the initial search look like they had data on the company I was researching so I paid the fee to get the information. Once I pa...

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Location
Williamsburg, Virginia
Review #232200 is a subjective opinion of poster.
8 comments
I joined Angie's List in April of 2007 at a yearly rate of 47.00 and understood that this was an introductory rate. In April of 2008 I was billed at renewal for $59.00 which I had originally agreed to when I joined. In April of 2009 I again was charged $59.00 as I did...
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Anonymous
#470262

I too was scmmed by Angies List - I had a trial for $15. and decided I no longer wanted the service. Due to a lost card I got a new one issued with a new number which I did no...

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Location
Columbus, Ohio
Loss
$140
Review #232194 is a subjective opinion of poster.
22 comments
Angie's List allows consumers to shed light on bad business practices. Unfortunately, they should be added to the negative experience list. Up until today, I was a subscriber to Angie's List since 2008 for two cities. Today I was surprised to receive a...
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Anonymous
#1042853

I think its infuriating that they make it so difficult to kill your "membership." Believe me, they want people to get charges unexpectedly bc many people do not check their C...

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Location
Portland, Oregon
Review #230254 is a subjective opinion of poster.
2 comments
I signed up for Angie's list and used them once, but they kept charging my credit card with an automatic yearly fee renewal. You gotta read the fine print! When I finally figured out what was happening and complained, Angie's list refused to remove the charge. ...
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Anonymous
#388959

angie lists did the same thing to me. kept charging my credit card. :cry

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Location
Allen, Texas
Review #228197 is a subjective opinion of poster.
10 comments
COMPLETELY disagree that Angie's List is a good thing. I work for a company that does home remodeling. A third party tried to hire my employer to do work on a house that they don't own. When my employer stated that for the company to do the work they would have to have...
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Anonymous
#779034

I have an x-employee that happened to be a member of Angies. He wrote a fake review about my company, pretending to be a customer, gave me an F rating. I contact Angie's, te...

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Location
Lehigh Acres, Florida
Review #212064 is a subjective opinion of poster.