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Angies List - Paid them hundreds of dollars with little to no jobs in my area of expertise

The high pressure phone call that sounded so wonderful was out of the blue. The "verbal promises" were so impressive, he said I would be getting jobs at the rate of $24,000/month (approximately). At some point I agreed to the $300 that I had to pay right then. So no, I did not see anything written down. I did not realize until I got an email that it was for $300/month for a year with an automatic renewal. I was just hearing all his fantastic promises about all the work I would be getting. The emails were very clear about what I owed but there was no mention about all the work I would be getting. About all the reviews, I was told later that the more reviews I had the better, he said get my friends and family to help write me reviews. So when you see a company with 100 reviews does not mean they did 100 real jobs. And the bad reviews can be deleted. I have only had one job request that fit my abilities. I have attached the email sent, not until I received it did I realize I signed up for a year contract. Thank you for listening and God Bless, Brent Cowles Attachments area

User's recommendation: Do not use Angie's List, they take a lot of money and send you not offers that your company can use. And you cannot get any response from them. It's a scam!!

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#2491269 Review #2491269 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Pros
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Cons
  • Misleading representation
Loss
$3
Preferred solution
Full refund