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What You'll Get
Unlike grading automobile safety features, rating a service requires real-world experience from non-dummies. Gain an educated perspective with today's Groupon: for $10, you get a one-year membership to Angie's List (a $20 value, including the $5 signup fee).
Angie's List offers nationwide service, collecting quality reviews to help consumers find high-quality contractors, doctors, mechanics, veterinarians, and more. Membership grants access to more than 500 home and personal services in categories such as home, health and wellness, auto service, and pets. The location-specific site uses a certified data-collection process and does not accept anonymous reviews to better ensure transparency. More than one million members nationwide grade experiences on a scale from A to F, with optional marker-drawn smiley faces awarded for especially outstanding achievements.
Tech-savvy perks such as a mobile app, buying and selling access in a digital marketplace, and live call center support keep consumers in the net-based know. Additionally, the included monthly Angie's List Magazine provides helpful tips to readers, with articles covering topics such as in-home etiquette for visiting contractors and the key differences between doctors and mad scientists.
More than 4,300 Facebookers are fans of Angie's List.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Must activate subscription by 9/11; subscription expires 1 year from activation. Must provide credit card number, membership will auto-renew if not opted out of. Not valid toward addition of new cities to existing accounts. Valid only for area purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Angie's List
Angie's List helps consumers find high-quality contractors, doctors, mechanics, veterinarians, and other professionals by collecting reviews from the people who have hired them in the past. More than two million members nationwide grade experiences on a scale from A to F, with optional marker-drawn smiley faces awarded for especially outstanding achievements. By forbidding anonymous reviews, allowing companies to respond to customers' posts, and screening each submission for red flags, the location-specific site ensures its members a transparent and balanced information resource.
Perks such as a mobile app, complaint resolution, and live call-center support (available six days a week) keep service providers safeguarded and consumers in the know. Additionally, the included weekly Angie's List digital magazine provides helpful tips to readers, with articles covering topics such as in-home etiquette for visiting contractors and the key differences between doctors and mad scientists.