Yes they used to be service magic ,,Has anyone used home advisor?
Along with many others I got tired of getting leads from people who did not have any work needed to perform and for which I could not get a refund from Home Advisor. I told Home Advisor unless I get a refund for such leads I would cancel my account with them. Upon refusing to provide me with a lead refund I cancelled my account. After cancelling my account I learned that the website link Home Advisor had created for my company was modified to discourage would-be customers from hiring me. I expected the website link to be deleted... leading people to a standard "web link not found" error. Instead it read that I was no longer "approved." This made me angry because it sends the very real message that my services are not satisfactory and that my company can not be trusted to do good work.
This is damaging to contractors who have passed around the former "useful" link to view photos of work and learn more about the contractors and companies. So I am contacting a class action lawsuit law firm for possible legal action to stop such practices and seek damages on behalf of all contractors who have cancelled their accounts with Home Advisor and unknowingly been subject to malicious business practices. This has the potential of costing tradesmen thousands of dollars of business depending on how many people have been impacted by the malicious message on the website after the account should have been closed.
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Ive been using them for about 6 monthsHas anyone used home advisor?
So what is negative about Angie?B4T said:There are lots of info here about HA and Angie.. most of it negative... But the bottom line is you should go out.. spend the money.. and try it yourself... I personally would never pay for leads on jobs... rather put that money into advertising...