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Neighborhood Hacker has been around for a long time. And has consistently stayed at the top of google search results. Read the February review below about neighborhood hacker.
WARNING: [email protected] has posted HUNDREDS of FAKE REVIEW SITES to trick you into using his service. If you want to see the emails about his sites look below If you don’t believe me email me [email protected] and I’ll forward you everything! read the story here
Update: February 19 2016
Neighborhood Hacker is back with a vengeance! These hackers for hire had a long run on top and have had their ups and downs. Literally hundreds of people have come to me trying to imitate Neighborhood Hacker and making all kinds of crazy statements. I had left Neighborhood Hacker alone for a while and one day got an alert that Neighborhood Hacker had updated their site. No big deal I thought because the people doing hacker for hire change their sites all the time trying to stay relevant and fresh. Well it looks like Neighborhood Hacker changed a LOT! according to the Neighborhood Hacker site they were bought out by another company and the new company did away with a LOT! new staff and only kept the best? I thought it was too good to be true so i wen ahead and re-did Neighborhood Hacker. right off the process is different, no more fees to talk to people, you can use the option to get to the front of the list but dont have to. Next i dont have to pay upfront!! AWESOME! Instead of a deposit now Neighborhood Hacker no has a $50 start up fee. and you only pay for results! Contact was amazing all the way through the process. After i paid my start fee I got updates regularly and had the option, for an extra setup fee, to use their portal which gave me a realtime look at exactly what Neighborhood Hacker was doing. then paid for my report with everything i wanted in it! smooth and way impressed. besides hackerslist.com these guys are the way it should be done and are worth the $50 risk.
Updated: April 18 2015
Because I now have someone spamming this post for neighborhood hacker I have turned off comments. I’ve recieved over 3 thousand spam comments in 24 hours. Neighborhood hacker is still one of the two best options out there to hire a hacker. I’ll be posting a new article on the people I know are behind all the negative spam in the next few days.
First on the list of Google results is Neighborhood Hacker http://neighborhoodhacker.com. At first I was turned off that a “company” would actually offer a hacker for hire service so blatantly and thought “this has to be a scam”. Just as the thought entered into my head a nifty little chat window appeared asking me if I’d like some help. Like any other site I assumed this was an automated bot but i decided to try it. I was actually surprised to get what appeared to be a real person. I asked a few questions and found out that neighborhoodhacker.com is in fact a real company. I was told “we can offer these services because of certain legal loop holes.” And I was assured that no matter what my identity would be protected. So plus there. Then came the “Can you hack a Facebook account?” I was told “Yes, but you’ll need to schedule an appointment” of course for a fee there was also a free option but there is a risk of not being contacted or mayber contacted in 72 hours. Scam meter went up a notch but was then directed to the how it works page on the neighborhoodhacker.com website where the entire process was laid out. Scam meter went down a half notch. The $25 “consultation” fee seemed a bit odd but it was via third party so I had a bit of a warm and fuzzy. 24 hours later I was on the phone with neighborhoodhacker and someone who seemed to be a good mixture of car salesman and tech savvy and was told yes I can do that in 30 days or less and anyone claiming to do it faster are total scams, from my experience this is still true. His upfront attitude was oddly pleasing and direct and set my previous notions of how it should all work to rest. He laid out the time line and reassured me that even though he may not reach out to me often that I can check on my case using neighborhood Hacker’s online portal. i suspect that this is to improve customer services aligned with many of the complaints I’ve gotten that they have slow customer service. Since my first review Neighborhood hacker has changed its pricing structure. Neighborhoodhacker now offer several “audit packages” that work with budgets. They have a standard which is 3 trys, a double and a single. Kind of like a burger on how much meet you get. it was explained that the standard was my bes bet and would take about a month and the lower ones would take less time to try. I opted for the single because im not made of money. The upfront fee was $165, added all together its $190 a jump in price from last year. I gave him some details we went over disclosures and he sent me a nifty “intake form” and got an email saying the information was processed. I emailed him two days later for an update and was told that there was no updates as of yet but to check my “my accounts” I checked and saw that my job was in its first “phase”. I asked what that meant and was told that the neighborhood hacker team was developing and researching to give me the best results. COOL! A week later I got an email from neighborhoodhacker, that I half expected to say “I need more money” but was surprised to get “success” with a link to pay my final portion. I asked if i could get proofs they were in and was offerd screen shots but was warned that it may risk locking the account. And was told that many places have security settings that will flag them. I pushed a little and was told that neighborhoodhacker has a password guarantee and if it didnt work I could get a retry for free or a refund. I paid the remaining balance and got my password and an nice little read me file outlining how not to trip Facebook’s new device location warning and how not to lock myself out along with neighborhoodhacker.com does not guarantee how long this password will be active disclaimer once again. Overall they were very professional and were successful because they had done work for me before I was not so worried about getting scammed. I’ve had a lot of people complain to me about a bunch of different things that neighborhood hacker did or didnt do but after prying into their complaint I’ve found that is was people with unreal expectations. these guys are one of the few that are out there and if you can imagine how much work they get you can start to imagine how hard it is to keep track of everyone. the biggest complaint i get is customer service. give them a break and let them work.
HUGE SIDE NOTE: I invite everyone revied on this site to comment and participate and neighborhood hacker has been the only one to come and apologize for issues and even offered a free attempt. These guys might not be perfect but they are better than the rest. my original review rating still stands these guys are the only ones.
overall A bit on the the scary side but successful and a generally pleasant experience.
Price – Expensive.
Scam factor- low
Update: They were able to get 1 of two additional accounts I sent them so success rate is 2/3
update: 4/29/14 I get a ton of comments on my site. I WILL NOT POST YOUR REVIEW WITHOUT PROOF!!! because of the number fake posts!!