Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Shivvy, Dec 13, 2015.
Do you look up a company on it before using their services?
i tried that once and they were a waste of time.
Never nope nuhuh
i thought they are paid for by the businesses they supposedly police, which means they are partial and untrustworthy.
i found learning the UCC for the locale much more useful since the courts will defer to the Delaware Chancery Courts for any issues that are covered by the Uniform Commercial Code, and basically all business to business and business to customer interactions are covered by the UCC.
They are scared to death to get sued so they hardly ever rate any company bad. I was really fucking pissed at this one business and sent a whole list of things this company did to the bbb. The company response was to basically blow them off. BBB did not count it as a bad experience.
I used Angie's list for a long time and then dropped them when I found out that you have to pay to get your business listed on a search.
They fucking suck. We just had a 4 month issue with them
I'd rather use Yelp or google reviews
Only before using companies that help with government contracts
How bad is your company rated?
A+ right now. It says revoked over it though because we didn't keep the insurance they wanted us to. For 2 weeks in October, we had an FB and didn't know it. They didn't realize we had workman's comp insurance
We had to get her over all the docs. It was a pain in the ass