On January 16th, I registered at www.hoovers.com to locate a business in another country. AA great opportunity to advantage of www.hoovers grew trial they advertise all over the internet, "free ".
About 3 minutes in the seach I receive a call from Austin, Texas, its a representative from www.hoovers.com ph# 512-682-4976. The representative, amale explains he wants to make me s username and password, free. I, then explain theres no need, I only want to verify the location of a business in another Then he explainable, without a username & password the info would be verylimited. The entire. Time we are talking I am in the websiteIts fuctioning fine, then when he hangs up, maybe a minute later, the site is not accessiwebsiteble. Its something he did and
Immediately after I log into ripoff and seen the complsint. These people who complained and dont know one another is not fabricating lies, thetes something going on here. If www.hoover.com doesnt want to honor their advertisement of free trials, then remove it from the internet. Stop misleading the consumers and the consumers wont try to access their not so free trial that they advertise, falsely.