Craigslist Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Craigslist (stylized as craigslist) is an American classified advertisements website with sections devoted to jobs, housing, for sale, items wanted, services, community service, gigs, résumés, and discussion forums.

Author Henry Blodget, author for Business Insider, wrote an article called "Why Craigslist Sucks" which included the following:

The crappy elements include: the lack of design, tons of garbage listings, poor organization (listings organized by date instead of function) and the Inability to find only what you are looking for. Craigslist could be made more useful and pleasant if it eliminated more garbage listings and improved the search/find interface, and, hopefully, it will eventually get around to doing that.


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General Labor (Former Employee) says

"Daily paid jobs, most employers will say you did amazing yet never call back. Heavy lifting moving jobs that take 3 hours really isnt worth working for $40. Id rather work at two men and a truck lolFree LunchesIntense at times. Low income"

General Construction Laborer (Current Employee) says

"You know I don't have time to set here and type for you this. Because I simply got on here to get a job not do a survey. If you want to know about Craigslist then get on it.NoneNone"

Controller (Current Employee) says

"A typical day would consist of me creating advertisements, checking emails, phone calls, and text messages regarding replies to the ad's. While continuously affirming the accuracy of the product description, making sure I'm up to date with all activities concerning the advertisements, meeting buyers and making sale transactions, and forwarding monies to sellers. Most of the time, I buy and sell items myself, therefore I retain the profits.flexible schedule.not steady and many buyers wish for more discounts."

cheapskate says

"everone on craigs is a pain to deal with and doesn\'t want to pay reasonable prices for used shit only 10-30% of retail "

Susan Hickson says

"Will never use craigslist again for any reason.
The worst site I’ve ever dealt with."

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