- Report: #821217
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Complaint Review: Angies List
Angies ListInternet United States of America
Angies List Tony Martin said that there were 7,000 angies list members that didn't even exist according to the account manager Danny, Internet
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I'm getting a full refund do to fraudulant numbers. I am very disappointed and saddened that Angies List has such an unprofessional person such as Tony Martin working for them. I thought that Angies List was an honest company until several red flags went up with Tony. I want people to be aware that advertising agencies need to be looked at closly before investing their hard earned money. I'm glad that I double checked figures and found several red flags that warned me.
The biggest red flag was the lie about 7,000 more members than agreed upon. Currently I'm still waiting for a call back from the founder Angie Hicks. I'm going to tell her about her problem with Tony and how Chris came up with a solution but Tony refused to be fair. Chris once did Tony's job for 3 years and had a fair solution. But Tony decided that his fraud is my fault and takes no responsibility. Tony said that he's going to make sure that all account reps don't do business with me as a last gesture.
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