Topic: General Chatter
If ever there were compelling evidence that Yell.com is protecting it's big spenders then this is the smoking gun.
As my followers know I am not a big fan of the directory so I am always happy to help them lose a little more custom.
All the usual suspect national locksmith firms seem to have brought protection, The most prolific 'Keytek locksmiths', that advertises under various sister company names 'Fort Secure' and 'Crown Locksmiths' no longer has a rating platform on it's pages at all.
So we have to ask why would yell.com hide it's reviews?
Their reviews must have been so consistantly shocking that it had begun to effect their Yell.com leads. Rather than lose a customer that spends hundreds of thousands of pounds a year, Yell.com have obviously bent the rules to suit one of their best customers and blocked any possibility of negative feedback on their pages.
Everyone needs to boycott this scummy directory right away! They have no regard for the end user who will undoubtedly be stung hard by these scam locksmiths, they have completely undermined every genuine small local locksmith business that has been loyal over the years and frankly I think its time their ship sank for the greater good.
A lot of people are wising up, I make apoint of telling the whole story to every customer I work for. Most small time locksmiths know the score now, they just need to resist lining the pockets of Yell and stand firm until the playing field is at least level again.
Yell.com knowingly supports scam locksmith firms and hides reviews!
And check this displayed on my local area search for 'locksmith Walsall'
Top of the maps, a listing for a coffee supplier that has been hijacked by no other than Yell who now have it redirected to their directory. Low and behold, Keytek sat right there at the top of the page....