I received an email from another website that consumers often ask about. This particular advertisement offers "$299 for a General Contractor for a FULL Day--Good for 9 Man Hours of Labor!" [Okay, I'll ignore the sexism]. The deal details says that the contractor is "fully licensed and insured general contractor" -- not true. The company is not a state licensed contractor much less a fully licensed General Contractor (which is a specific license in GA) and the company has been administratively dissolved by the Georgia Secretary of State and has no registered agent. I can't tell you if they are insured or not. So they are advertising that this can be used for room additions, finished basements, full kitchen/bath remodeling....... but they do not hold the required state contractor's license that would allow them to pull a building permit for that type of work or to construct it.
All I can say is that I hope no consumers fall for these types of ads, but I know they do everyday. Your "savings" may include risking the entire value of your home. It took me a few minutes to check this online. Even if a consumer were to have paid me $50 for my time, think how much I could have saved them upfront versus a nightmare situation where they actually used an unlicensed contractor to perform work