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  • 1.HMR Innotech

    61 N Cleveland Massillon Rd


    6.93 mi

  • 2.Lindsey L H Mr

    3113 Ralph Ave


    25.32 mi

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By: Emily M.
Summa Health Bariatric Care Center
Why cant they call you when you have appointments or send your orders out what you have to get done before your surgery Jeff made appointments for me n never call then want on vacation n say he tried to call for weeks but i call him to make sure he had the right number to call but he wrote it done wrong not my fault when i call couple days to make sure everyone had the phone number right n my surgery is in june and you guys are give me a go around n not be honest n helpful n i work cant have surprise appointments n when i ask you guys to give me call weeks a head time to get work off or get off early thanks alot for nothing very disappointed patient worst services never
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By: Stephanie A.
Huntington Bank
Fraud department is worthless still fixing my credit after two years. Management made promises to correct situations yet I'm still disputing creditors. Beware!
By: Ben G.
Huntington Bank
Wont be back bad customer service. Very misleading on variable interests rates and did not have a notary when paperwork was being signed and they processed the loan anyway. Went back to bank to get answers and was told they did not want my business and that they were closing my checking account i asked them not to close my checking due to direct deposit and was told "i suggest you change that" . I will never deal with them again.
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