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saabuldin

I just heard about this website where customers put a post of what they need doing and tradesmen can register and give quotes online. Customer chooses best quote to do the job. Its all official. Mobile number verification. Address verification.

Monthly fee is about £10 monthly for up to £250 quote and about £15 monthly for no limit quotes. I think theres a pecentage of the quote which website takes as well if you get the job.

Anyone here gets jobs using this website and what do you think of this service.
 
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before anybody else gets in.... DON'T TOUCH EM WITH A BARGE POLE.
 

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there have been threads about myhammer website before, comeing to the conclusion that it is a site that encourages cowboys.
 

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My hammer is not a service, it's a total rip off, cowboy, foreign, bloodsucking, oh, hell, i've run out of things to say without swearing.
 

tony mc

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I think the last thread on this had a guy bidding for a re wire and his qualifications were in woodworking or something like that.
 
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saabuldin

not so good then. Im sure there are proffesionals on there as well. If you get jobs and do your work propperly then is there harm. Or is that IF you get a job.
 
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Danielwareham

What about alternatives to my hammer? Is rated people any better?
 

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rated people is ok up to a point. you have to be wary on some of the leads though. e.g. full rewire , budget £1000. full pir and 3 extra sockets, budget under £100. to be fair though, if you buy a lead and aren't allowed to quote, they credit you.
 
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