- by Firefox user 16718173, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Il nous demande un numéro de téléphone, puis ensuite une authentification avec Linkedin, puis au dernier moment, nous demande de payer, après avoir fait tout le procesus d'inscription. sans savoir si il fonctionne, et il précise pas qu'il faut payer
- by Firefox user 15862340, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5Just Another DATA MINER
I tried to create an account on HUNTER who is trying to pass itself off as a legitimate app. Only AFTER I entered my name and email address did they say my email domain (protonmail.com) was unacceptable to them.
This isn't an APP. This is just another DATA MINER trying to get into your business so they can SELL your data!
- by Jiminy1, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5No UX, so uninstalled Hunter
Hunter needs access on my FF datas ... => Free version tested on a test PC (secure is secure ...)
Results (=Adresses) only fed the system of Hunter, (except if download 1:1 manually, which i can do without that add-on)
Hunter is recurrently asking for (paid) upgrade, to reach that easily.
Paid version probably better but not at all adapted to my needs / expectations
- by Firefox user 14508452, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Title - Way more questions than answers... After installing, I received a couple of messages from the app asking me to upgrade. I hadn't used it yet. I tried it for one site but Hunter couldn't find the site (although other apps had no trouble). Another message asking me to upgrade. I then tried it on a Government site, but the only results Hunter showed were ones published on the actual site. Another Hunter message asking me to upgrade, but also telling me I had hit my monthly limit. No limit mentioned before this, but really, 2 searches, one unsuccessful, is the limit? 3 message since then asking me to upgrade. Verdict? MWOT.