Thumbtack ORLANDO Florida

Complaint: Thumbtack Lying to Small Business Owners and Cyber Squatting Watch the video for evidence and a visual of how Thumbtack lies to small business owners and is cyber squatting after small business owners do all the work (then Thumbtack steps in and steal the space online to promote themselves and their ads): #Thumbtack #ConsumerFraud #Cybersquatting #CyberCrime #SequoiaCapital Thumbtack sold business owners domains years ago promoting they can “have your your own domain for YOUR BUSINESS

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Address: “” but about 2 to 3 years into the domain ownership Thumbtack was collecting $10 annually from business owners

Website: promoted

Phone: some corrupt Thumbtack company executive got the ungodly idea to remove business owner’s images and information from the top of their domains they had purchased to promote their single company’s services and Thumbtack began to promote itself on the business owner’s domain and page AND simultaneously promote the business owner’s competitors (until I said something to Thumbtack about it and threatened Thumbtack with a class-action lawsuit). Thumbtack nevertheless continues cyber-squatting on domains sold business owners because Thumbtack continues to promote its company (NOT the business owners’ company) because the first thing visitors see when they visit the domain – mine being – is no longer my image and business information (as in the beginning and first 2 years)

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