- From: john <amdinc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 18:29:04 -0400
Matt Stawicki wrote:
Got a recorded message today from merchantcircle.com.
"Hello, we're calling to let you know, that after searching google, a
satisfied customer found your automotive service business listing on
merchant circle.com, and gave your business a rating. To see your
rating, go to merchantcircle.com and enter your business phone number
in the blue box. Again, that's merchantcircle.com"
Did a Google search for them and found mixed opinions. Some think it's
a good thing, and a few who think it's a scam. Found one who thought
they posted negative reviews, and then charged you to clean up your
They have me listed under automotive:service, repair. Which I believe
they got from one of those yellow page copycats. The local SBC Yellow
Pages has me correctly listed under "Machine Shops".
Went to their website and entered my phone number, and although it has
my business listed, there are no ratings. I considered it (if for no
other reason than to correct the listing type), but didn't sign up.
Any of you know anything about these guy's?
They want your money. The suckers make a mistake in your listing on purpose and hope that you will correct it and in turn be billed for the corrected listing. The one line the telephone gives you for your commercial telephone number is enough for a machine shop that doesn't do work for the general public. Now if you sell pizzas you could use a big ad in the yellow pages or now pay for a listing that pops up on the gps when someone is looking for pizza.
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