Angie's List supposedly posts customer service ratings of service providers based upon its members experience with those providers, which its paid members rely upon in choosing a service provider. According to a recent class action lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania, Angie's List is accused of manipulating those consumer ratings. The lawsuit claims service providers can rank high on Angie's List even though they've been negatively reviewed by consumers. Negative reviews of service providers who pay hefty advertising fees to Angie's List are suppressed according to the lawsuit so members are unable to see negative reviews. According to the company's most recent earnings statement, it earned over $241 million in revenues from the service providers it rates compared to about $64 million it collected in membership fees from a little more than 3 million members. If the allegations contained in the class action lawsuit are true, it's hard to see much difference in the way Bollaert operated his revenge porn site and the companion reputation repair site and the way Angie's List collects protection money from service providers to restore their image.