On September 9, 2015, we purchased a deal through Angie's List for three hours of handyman service. The deal stated, "[c]an be used for everything from minor plumbing and electrical work, . . . ." On the automated email form and later in a telephone conversation with Courtesy Electric, Jose was advised the work involved putting up lighting fixtures. Courtesy Electric made an appointment to put up the fixtures on September 25, 2015. We took time to pick out the fixtures and then I took the day off work to be home when Courtesy Electric arrived. And I waited, and waited, and waited. I finally called Courtesy Electric at 3:30 pm to determine what was going on. Two hours later, Jose with Courtesy Electric called back to inform me he had decided they would not be able to honor the deal because of insurance issues. Jose admitted he had known of the "insurance issues" for several days but had apparently decided not to let us know. The insurance issues surrounded sending a "handyman" to do electrical work. Yet electrical work is the business Courtesy Electric is in and holds itself out as being electrically proficient !! Is he saying Courtesy Electric is not insured for electrical work? Courtesy Electric wasted significant amounts of both our time and money and we are not fans of rude inconsiderate behavior. A reputable company would stand behind the bargain it had made and be more cognizant of quality customer service. Cannot recommend Courtesy Electric to anyone.