Say What You Want About Customers

Matt Stachel Source Philly comWhen clients surf the web to find the perfect landscaper for their next project, many of them end up looking at, the Better Business Bureau ( or other sites that show how the landscaper ranks. They can look at complaints about the landscaper and his work, as well as post about some of their own project issues.

But with every problem, there are two sides to the story. And giving business owners a chance to turn the tables and speak out about the not-so-pleasant customer is exactly what this landscaper did. Matt Stachel, owner of Matt’s Landscapes, launched to give contractors a digital place to dish about their customers.

For $15.99 a year, members can anonymously search for clients by name and post complaints.

“Nothing means more to me than changing the way people treat us,” writes Stachel to

To read more about the site, click here.

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