Buyerzone Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
BuyerZone helps simplify complex buying decisions. Since 1992, the company has connected millions of businesses with thousands of quality sellers for hundreds of products and services. Buyers save time and money on important purchases by receiving free price quotes and buying advice from sellers who best meet their needs. BuyerZone is a Purch brand and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.
An angry person mentioned, "I have been receiving emails from Buyerzone on nearly a daily basis. I never subscribed to this site, and I have repeatedly asked to "unsubscribe". They will not honor that request."
says"I worked at business.com Cons: Many essential employees that grew the business are long gone by choice. This snowball has grown over the last two years, and is a direct result of management undervaluing the employees, a recovering job market, and the fact that there are much better companies to work for in Boston. Employee growth has been put on the back burner, while the company is literally burning money on a platform intelligently named "2.0". The company is on a severe decline from schizophrenic leadership, increasing market competition, and great employees moving on to greener pastures."
Regional Account Executive (Former Employee) says"If you are in Sales at BuyerZone, prepare for a tough run. There is no pleasing the manager, your skills will be questioned, standing up for yourself makes things worse, for management has a defeatist attitude. The only employees who succeed on the Sales team are the favorites, and those who mold to what the manager wants. Go the extra mile for your clients and it goes against you."
Steve Huyette says"BUYERZONE USED TO BE A LEGITIMATE WAY TO GET LEADS. HOWEVER AFTER IT WAS BOUGHT OUT, IT HAS BECOME A SCAM WHERE THE POOR BUYER GETS A HUNDRED CALLS FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AND EVEN FROM INDIA. THE LAST LEAD WE RECEIVED BEFORE WE CANCELLED THEIR SERVICE TOLD US THAT THEY DID NOT REQUEST INFORMATION FROM BUYERZONE BUT SOMEONE HAD SOLICITED THEM FROM INDIA AND ASKED IF THEY WERE INTERESTED IN A PHONE SYSTEM. THEY SAID "NO WE'RE NOT" BUT AGREED TO GET AN EMAIL WITH INFORMATION FOR THE FUTURE. THEY WERE NOT A PROSPECT, WE GOT CHARGED $45 FOR THE "LEAD", AND THEY RECEIVED HUNDREDS OF CALLS. I WOULD TERM THIS A SCAM."
Doug Ligon says"The only reason why one star is because they do not have zero. I subscribed for the service to get leads and have been trying to get in touch with someone about the charging for duplicate leads and bogus leads for over a month. Noone returns email or phone calls they do not answer the phone.
This business is sham!!!!!!!!!!"
Ross says"I shared my contact info with buyerzone as was shopping for pricing estimates inundated with calls from so many different companies I simply wont go this direction now. Blocked them all and asked to never call back."
Brandon Keating says"I wouldnt recommend them at all -
The lack of understanding and willingness to work on bad/poor leads.
I had some good leads at first then it went south.
I may try again in the future if they lowers their costs."
Hallie Winters says"BuyerZone provides bad leads! I get leads where they are 60 year old retired pilots, archery stores, etc 9/10 leads are not pertinent to my field"
Peter says"If you want to get 5 telemarketer calls within a minute and then the ones you dont answer will hound you and call your work to try to sell you, then this is your company. Do not fill out the a buyerzone quote, they will sell your information to companies that they pay for paid leads."
Skip Gardiner says"Be aware of this company. I saw the reviews online and decided to go with them anyway thinking that someone was just making it up. Well, it is all true, if you want to throw money away or spend $24.50 to get a phone number then this is the place. They will send you junk with no verification except if someone answers the phone, company will not have a valid email address except yahoo or gmail but it is a valid lead. The lead will say will do something in the future which is 3-6 months away but you pay now for that weak statement, and you will not talk to them but you pay. I cancelled my account and within minutes I was getting several leads, when I called for credits, they billed my card immediately to get the money. Bad company, just throw your money away, you get 10 leads, talk to 3, get nothing with the else and you pay for them anyway. Not a good investment."
Mark Cardenas says"I want my 30 seconds of life back, that's how quick it didn't help me"
Butch nievera says"Was on a trial period for 60 days and got lots of leads with zero sales. Either the leads are fake or the source is horrible."
Rob R. says"Scammers, they let you sign a contract that it has hidden terms and they send you fake leads. BEWARE everyone, don't fall to their cheap sales strategy and save your money."
New Phone Number says"My Phone would not stop ringing for two months straight"
Bill says"On 10/7/15 I submitted a request for quotes on office equipment, On 10/08/15 I was contacted by a rep. from BuyerZone to verify the request for quotes was real & I was told that they would have vendors contacting me soon. Today is 10/27/15 and not 1 vendor has contacted me regarding my request. Unacceptable & a complete waste of time filling out BuyerZone questionnaire."
megan says"Within minutes of submitting request my phone was ringing off the hook. I thought the benefit to using a site like yours was to keep from dealing with multiple contacts. Wont make that mistake again."
David says"Attempted to obtain financing sources for purchasing a new business. I stated as such in the application process. Received only 2 phone calls and both were for providing business working capital."
Scott says"So knowing that I click enter on the quote page and everybody will be calling me, I did click submit. the first call I got the lady said blob blob and didn't give me a quote on it and sent it to a different department to call me. so 2 hrs later a guy called me with promotion this and promotion that, I said I wanted a quote for a Quonset hut building and he went on about special promotions in my area and said he would sell me a straight wall building for a good deal. and he said why do you want a quonset hut ? I think they are ugly. but I can sell you this one. I tried to say I wanted a quote on a quonset, he said your not ready to buy? and then he sad that my voice was getting loud and that I had an attitude and he would no longer handle my call. ALL I WANTED WAS A QOUTE. DAMM PUSHY SALESMAN . I WILL BE SHOPPING ELSE WHERE. somewhere that when I say this is what I want, and they say here you go, call us when your ready, that's how we handle are work"
CMFS says"I wanted no phone calls - only emails with prices on 2 person hot tubs with no frills. Apparently finding prices (WITHOUT talking to someone) is a better kept secret than Hillary's emails."
David says"I went to this site online thinking I could competitively shop for a new copier/scanner/fax for my office. Ha! The questions covered a range of most unlikely candidates in size (seriously, do companies with 1000+ employees go to a blind, online site to shop for copiers?) and then became even more vague...e.g., an option to indicate you want additional features, but no pull down box to either select those features or add the information.
Sure enough, after about an hour, there was an impersonal email about how great offers would be coming my way shortly, but of course, none have. I have heard nothing from any of the vendors referenced in the form email.
It just goes to show that shopping locally, with real people who both know the business and care about the consumer is how to handle such a purchase.
Write this useless waste of time off of your "to do" list, and you will be glad you did."
Daniel Kleinowski says"Do not buy leads from this company. They are not fact checked at all. Many of them are fake or include incomplete/inaccurate information. I gave 2 stars because some are legit, but they are few and far between. They also refuse to help narrow down your search parameters which means unless you are looking for anyone and everyone, there is no way to help narrow down the leads so you are not bombarded with junk."
Microhouse Systems says"We first subscribed to their 60-day trial period (before entering into a 12-month commitment) to make sure if their service is good enough. What disappointed us most was that although we had been told that leads are screened and "briefly" qualified, we ran into multiple cases where irrelevant or totally spammy leads were sent off to us. Additionally, we received leads outside our desired categories (specified in our agreement) quite a few times.
While we were able to communicate with BuyerZone and got refunded for all those unqualified leads (about 10% of the 200 leads we received within 60 days), it took an unnecessary amount of time and energy from us to do so, which should have not existed at all in first place."
Beverly says"I used the site for one product . When asked if I might be interested in other products, I replied 'yes' and followed the prompts. I've received numerous calls regarding the other products and have not received any communication about the product in which I was most interested."
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