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Bill11

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Hey there!

I'm new and curious if you can help me.. Has anyone here ever heard of Free Quotes - Tradesman Auction Service - eGenie.co.uk Or even found a job there. It's a website where customers post their wish (whatever has to be done) and several tradesmen give estimates. I'm not sure if I should quote. What do you think? Is it worth it?

Thanks in advance for your help! Bill
 
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Bill11

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yes you should, if you win work you did not have before it is worth a shot,

but bare in mind with these sort of reverse-auction sites, the lowest price usually wins the contract.

at least it is another source for you to fearn from.

good luck and visit my thread for further opportunity
http://www.electriciansforums.net/g...ion/2357-keep-earning-off-completed-jobs.html
In this case it's a little different, I think. What they say on their website is: "Remember, it is not necessarily the cheapest service provider who receives the job but the one who offers the best value for money." Every tradesman has the chance to become a certified member "certified service provider" as they call it by handing in for example a trading license. But the tradesmen have to pay a certain fee for that. The question is whether customers are interested in quality or simply saving money..
 
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