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Fixya reviews

6 reviews
33%
Categories: Question And Answer
One Franklin Parkway, Building 910, Suite 110
San Mateo, California, USA
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paulk71
New Reviewer
6/13/14

This site is just fantastic, you can spend the whole day answering questions and navigating on the site couldn't be much easier.

Fixya is totally amazing

mp35
New Reviewer
1/12/14

Thank you Fixya for helping fix my macbook pro after I had dropped it! I googled how to fix it on my iphone & was able to fix the mac within minutes. Thank you Thank you!

jb52
New Reviewer
6/28/13

IVE NEVR FOUND ANYTHING USEFULL. IT SAYS xxx SOLUTIONS FOUND AND NONE OF THEM ARE SIMILAR. I HATE THIS SITE.

russels19
New Reviewer
5/25/13

You google a specific question, fixya gives you a random page with some of the elements of your search. E.G. search for "remove steering wheel "2000 Honda CRV"" and get a page with this:
05 CR-V and steering wheel audio remote
2009 Honda CRV Problem Can turning the steering wheel lock to lock about 10-15 times
1998 Honda CR-V makes low pitched shuddering or growling noise intermittently when turning sharp right or left
how to remove/replace the auto tensioner for drive belt on 2002 honda cr-v
So, yeah, they all contain something about a steering wheel, or turning, or removing something, but it feels like a random search of keywords.
Site is useless

tomw12
Apprentice Reviewer
4/21/11

Don't get me wrong...The entire site's "not that bad" (over statement) It's a review site, and you can help people with everyday issues/problems, plus you can get paid after you help out about a billion people and make "Guru" with your status. You must constantly find solutions for people's everyday problems while maintaining an average sort of like GPA on your profile. I guess after you've helped about a billion people and make "Guru" status, you can start earning $2-$4 an issue. Overall, It takes way Too long just to start earning any kind of funds at the site.

kennethb2
New Reviewer
7/22/10

tried to cancel membership very hard if not imposible

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