So, here are some customer-relevant comments about Nextdoor.com by its employees:
"Some of the practices of the managers are unethical. I was asked to lie to clients (users of the platform) several, several times... Nirav Tolia is a bit sociopathic. I think everyone knows this but no one really talks about it."
"In an environment like SF and Silicon Valley, where company culture is king, Nextdoor really falls short. There is no belief in culture and no company identity. The people at the top set a tone of insincerity. There's a blatant divide between the old and the new employees. While the mission of the product is promising, it doesn't really bleed into the culture of the company which is disappointing...there's absolutely NO community which is ironic considering the product. If this company does well, it will be because the founders care about making a buck...not because they truly care about employees or the product's mission. It's all a facade."