360° Coverage : New Consumer Website Reveals Real Reviews Based on Real Lawsuits

New Consumer Website Reveals Real Reviews Based on Real Lawsuits

CaseTree.com is a revolutionary company which is turning heads with a "for consumers by consumers" website that gives its users an honest look into companies and the reviews they receive from real customers.

Mar 27 2014, 8:52am CDT | by

New Consumer Website Reveals Real Reviews Based on Real Lawsuits
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Los Angeles, CA, March 27, 2014 --(PR.com)-- After having officially launched March, 2014, CaseTree.com is quickly becoming the premiere company review site that provides real reviews of companies. Their main focus is to eliminate fake reviews, online posts, blogs, articles and posts paid by public relations firms by showing actual lawsuits filed against that entity which consumers are about purchase products or services from.

A vast majority of online reviews are either misleading or completely fabricated by the companies themselves. CaseTree.com provides its users with accurate reviews using information from filed court documents that can never be manipulated or altered. This allows consumers to view any major issues or concerns with almost any business with complete trust and objectivity that the information being represented is accurate.

“A bad business can have an A+ Rating but have dozens of lawsuits filed against them that consumers would not know about. Here at CaseTree.com, we are all about the truth and putting the purchasing power back into the hands of the consumers!” stated CEO Tino Keshishian.

With a simple search, CaseTree.com pulls up actual lawsuits filed against any business, entity or professionals in any city, state or federal level across the United States by offering free reviews to its consumers.

One individual, Jessica H. provides an exclusive comment on the consumer review website stating, “I was about to hire a known Yellow Pages electrician with great reviews online. After using this tool, I found out that there are two pending cases in Arizona against them for defective services/breach of contract.”

CaseTree.com prides on building a platform on the foundation based on trust and seeks to inform their consumers of the power of verified documented lawsuits with honest supporting reviews. No lawsuit will ever be posted without one of their own legal team members verifying the case number, name and city, state and county it was filed first.

For media inquiries regarding CaseTree.com, individuals are encouraged to contact co-founder Tino Keshishian, directly via email at support@casetree.com. To learn more about CaseTree.com or to search for a real review from real lawsuits for free, please visit: www.casetree.com.

Contact Information:
CaseTree.com
Tino Keshesian
818-482-6522
Contact via Email
www.casetree.com

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