John Newman said Personally, I'd rather spend the $72 with another attorney or professional over lunch, golf or a drink. It probably pans out to the same number of paying referrals and is hecka of a lot more fun. :)
I just had a very disturbing experience with total attorneys. Based on their advertisement and the sample landing pages I have seen, I thought every lead was actually looking for an attorney. This is the email I got back from one of my "leads"...
"Hi Matthew! ! Thank you for your call, but i didn't request any help I just filled out a application for free coupons on line and one question was if I have any debts and I said yes. Thank you but this are regular debts"
Needless to say I am in the process of canceling my subscription. Total Attorneys seems to be a joke.
I see most of these posts are from 2012. Are things still bad with total attorney? I read their marketing page, and it seems like they are addressing a lot of these issues, so I am assuming they got a lot of complaints. If there are this many people claiming misrepresentation of their service, or false advertising...
I also had a very poor experience with Total Attorneys...
I used them in 2014 I believe and it was not worth a penny and I paid a lot more than a penny.
Yes, Total Attorneys in my opinion is a complete waste of time and money. Their leads are terrible, not verified whatsoever, bad telephone numbers and emails.
I would recommend staying "far, far away" from them - don't waste your time nor money.
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