If you are a respectable person who has a respectable job and are interested in stateandfederalbids.com or any company/website that Online Data Resources has anything to do with, please do yourself a favor and find a legit, professional bid service. My company was interested in looking at some different options to help find RFP’s or bids online. I was one of the employees tasked with testing 2 options. I came across stateandfederalbids.com and tried it out for a couple weeks before deciding to move forward with trying it for a month. Before I decided to try the service, which is $55 a month if you pay monthly, I tried another bid site that had been reviewed and tested by many professionals already. It was only available to be purchased on a yearly basis though, so I told my company I would try the montly service at stateandfederalbids.com first. So after a few weeks of playing around with other bid websites, I called the salesperson – Christopher, at stateandfederalbids.com and told him that I would like to try out the service for 1 month and I would let him know after it was over if my company was interested in a full year of service, for just over $400. He was more than happy to help me out. He took down my credit card info (company reimbursed me via reimbursement check) for $55 and said he would send me a confirmation via email. I received an email shortly after with just the following in the body:
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