Atrapalo Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Atrapalo is a cheap flight search engine.

Ceci makes a warning on Facebook, "Do not make reservations from Atrapalo. They change your reservations without prior notice. Very bad customer service from the staff, they lie to you."


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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Atrapalo full-time for less than a year Cons: Low salary compared with other companies. Chaos between departments. Managers don't know about the business. Not innovation. Old technology and infrastructure. In my experience, I suffered mobbing from my co-workers, neither mi manager nor HR department was interested in the problem. No comments."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Atrapalo full-time for more than a year Cons: If I had to define as a workplace in one word the wisest choice would be mediocre. There are several areas that need further improvement, specially for a young company that attempts to give a fresh image. - The top management is prone to micromanagement, even in areas that are far beyond their expertise. - Decisions are mostly taken by intuition rather than by data. In fact, reports supported by data are often ignored. - Ideas and solutions from employees are usually ignored by management. - There is a lack of communication and alignment between departments. - Many co-workers lack ambition and enthusiasm in their daily work. - Young professionals are mostly hired offering below-market salaries with no prospectives for salary increases. - Working hours are not very flexible (only in-time). - Limited training options, mostly english courses."

Former Employee - Account says

"I worked at Atrapalo full-time for less than a year Cons: The salary is very low comparing with the high profile of employee required. Most of the managers are really incompetent without experience."

Former Employee - Web Content Editor says

"I worked at Atrapalo full-time for less than a year Cons: The salaries are way low average. Managers don't have the necessary know-how and they often improvise while taking decisions. It is impossible to grow inside the company - if you're looking for a dynamic workplace where your opinion matters look elsewhere. They seek the young employee not because s/he is smart and up-to-date, but because s/he's easier to exploit."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Atrapalo full-time for less than a year Cons: The headquarters control everything and it makes everything go slower, because nobody can make a little decision without the OK from Barcelona. They fire people indistinctly and in a bad way, telling them to not to come back the day after. Very rude."

Former Employee - Senior Developer says

"I worked at Atrapalo full-time for less than a year Cons: CEOs and Technical Project Managers are just amateurs, they will sink the company, managers lie often. Salaries are below market. They try markets (countries) randomly and if they are leaders after few time they close that area and fire everyone. The company charges fees that are illegal to clients. Management has no direction For decisions they put at the same level Seniors with 5+ years of experience and Juniors without experience, and pretend things to work. The QAs and SEOs act as if they are gods. (and they are very bad)"

Current Employee - Senior Web Developer says

"I have been working at Atrapalo full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Managers don't know about the business (react very slow to market and copy the competence). Isn't an innovative company. Has low salaries compared with other companies with the similar level. High rotation on employees. Mismanagement with employees (expectations, egos, salaries ...)."

Anonymous says

"Very bad company. Do not use them, you will regret doing so. Made a booking for a hotel using their website. By the next week, they had cancelled my hotel booking without my permission and lost the booking. I would not recommend this company to anyone."

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