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Question DetailsAsked on 4/16/2016

How do you look up actual businesses to avoid regarding a service you're looking for. I dont trust 1 review.

There is a pet groomer here . I would never recommend but has a good review. How do you trust these recommendations? I'm a little disappointed . I'm not alone in my opinion. I'd never write anything nasty of course however, I dunno about other groomers on the list . How do you look up rating businesses? Trying to find a groomer I can trust.

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Because people like you don't do bad reviews is why some poor companies stay on the list with decent reviews - not doing honest reviews on providers is really a disservice to other members.

If you go in the Pets area of Search the List, look under - oh what is it - Pet Grooming or animal Grooming - and the results will bel listed by ratings - A's first (front-loaded with those advertising or offering Deals on AL then random order within a grade level from there), and on down the list to the C's. D's and F's (on A-F scale) are not shown on search results but can be individually searched by company name.

So - check out the A rated companies (or B's too if not many A's) and look at reviews to choose one or more to try.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD

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