Complaint: I’m thoroughly convinced that Lessons.com is a scam! I’m a piano teacher with decades of teaching experience and great references. I’ve been very selective in giving quotes on Lessons.com, to try and maximize my responses, and have NEVER had any prospective student reply back to me. You would think that someone would at least ask me a question, ask about my qualifications, ask for a reference’s phone number, or ask for a better rate. But after sending many quotes, I’ve NEVER heard from ANYONE! After getting no response from any quotes given on this site, I started to quote ridiculously low fees, and STILL NO RESPONSE! Lessons.com generates phony leads, and sends them to teachers, in order to eat up the “credits”” they bought

Tags: Music

Address: hoping the teachers will buy more. #ScamAlert!”


Phone: United States

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