Nope, as a landlord, I turned to Craiglist because nobody was responding to my $38 tiny four-line newspaper placement anymore.
Although admittedly, at the end of the year, I had saved hundreds in advertising costs (or put another way, not tax deducted hundreds in advertising costs). I also save wasted time in people calling asking what the standard abbreviations mean.
It's not hard for generally savvy users to ignore obvious scam adds.
The ones who bug me more are the real estate agents who essentially spam post. OK, you are being charged, but that doesn't give you the right to abuse the service.