- Report: #884327
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Zillow
Zillow1301 Second Avenue, Floor 31, Seattle, WA 98101 Seattle, Washington United States of America
Zillow Zillow 'confiscates' my home by refusing me access to their website to correct erroneous details Seattle, Washington
*Author of original report: Zillows nonsense Zestimates
*Author of original report: Complaint about Zillow on Change . Org
*Author of original report: Zillow CEO admits that 17% of Zestimates are more than 25% incorrect
*Author of original report: Zillow behaves like a Cyber Bully
*General Comment: Not quite right...
*Consumer Comment: The Bill of Rights is the most powerful document in the U.S.
*Author of original report: Zillow Error Rates
*General Comment: Second request for information...
*Consumer Comment: Good Grief
*Author of original report: FlynRider response
*Consumer Comment: SuperRobert?
*Consumer Comment: You are a nut.
*Author of original report: Tactical Response
*Consumer Comment: Monica
*Consumer Comment: May or may not be
*Consumer Comment: why?
*Author of original report: Zillow Nonsense
*Consumer Comment: Well aren't you full of yourself..
*General Comment: Wow...
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I was outraged by the sheer arrogance of Zillows attitude and over the following months posted my opinion of how inaccurate their Zestimates were on their Forum. For a company that uses the first amendment as a reason to publish their opinion they subsequently denied me access to their website, and as a consequence have taken control of my home on Zillow, and are now denying me any access to correct missing and erroneous information.
It is time that Zillow was properly Regulated to stop this 'cyber piracy' where they refuse homeowners access to their legally owned property. Who the heck gave Zillow the authority in the first place to publish details on over 100 million homes the way they do, with over 10 million erroneous valuations, with no accountability for the consequences of the erroneous valuations?
Zillows Customer Service has to be the worst by any $1Bn Nasdaq company. They don't publish any contact information, and require consumers to make their complaints on an open web forum where homeowners received hostile and irrelevant comments from a bunch of Zillow "cheerleaders". As a result most complainants give up and go away after one or two posts. What a nonsense way to run a business when a company declares itself as the market leader in Real Estate Media and it behaves in such an irresponsible manner as Zillow does with anyone with a complaint.
I expect Zillow to delete all references to my home. I don't want anything to do with any company that treats consumers in such an arrogant and bullying way as they do. Their refusal to even allow me access to my home details demonstrates exactly how spiteful and vindictive these people are to any consumer who pursues a valid complaint against them. If I lived on a boat sailing the Indian Ocean and was taken hostage by pirates, Seal Team 6 would be flying in to the rescue. But when a commercial company 'hijacks' private property in the way that Zillow has in the USA it appears the Government isn't interested. That's why it is time our Legislators woke up to the technology and introduced proper Regulation over companies like Zillow who are abusing their market position and treating homeowners with such disdain as Zillow does..
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/17/2012 05:47 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Zillow/Seattle-Washington-98101/Zillow-Zillow-confiscates-my-home-by-refusing-me-access-to-their-website-to-correct-err-884327. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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