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08/24/2017
By: julianna.dobson
Tres Chic Salon
Stay far far away from this place-- especially don't buy the Groupon.I scheduled my appointment with a Groupon certificate and like many others they cancelled the day of the appointment. Also they redeemed the Groupon as soon as I called. The lady who called me (30 minutes) before my appointment was EXTREMELY rude and unprofessional. This was to be a Mother's Day gift and they totally ruined it. I wouldn't recommend this place for free. However Groupon was awesome and refunded my money for both purchases, I have a feeling now I wasn't the first person to call them.http://www.wellness.com/dir/1268458/day-spa/tres-chic-salon-amp-day-spa/anchorage/ak
07/27/2017
By: Sadie H.
Lake Otis Park & Deal
Rude, belligerent thought they were on a drunken rant. Very unprofessional. I will never go to this place looks like its a junk lot.
07/10/2017
By: Ana W.
Pepe-Phelps Construction Inc
Craig, who answered is rude and unprofessional I really hope he doesn't own this business. Or maybe that is the reason I have never heard of it. This business is doing work at my neighbors house and there starting as early as 7am, the anchorage noise compliance allows this. However its really loud banging noises on the roof, I figured he would have some regards to neighbors as we are in a residential area. I called and asked to speak about it and Craig said well there aloud too. I asked the name of the company and he read of pepe-phelps real fast. Never hearing of it,I asked for the spelling. He refused and I then told him ill just figure it out he said "yeah do that". I think is really ugly behavior for a professional business but I called the Muni and it looks like there operating under an expired permit.- HAHAA GEEE Maybe you should of been nicer on the phone???
06/12/2017
By: Mary K.
Anchorage Auto Mart
I Bought a car for my girlfirend 5 years ago and it is still running like a champ!I will be a repeat customer!!
05/16/2017
By: Mike W.
Tres Chic Salon
I bought a KTUU deals from them. They stood me up twice. they are very unprofessional and when speaking in person with the "son" i felt threatened. I do not recommend them for any service.
03/31/2017
By: Jose C.
Anchorage Auto Mart
This one of the best to buy a car. The people are very honest and easy to work with. Highly recommend!!
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03/30/2017
By: Larry N.
Wheeler General Contracting
I've had the opportunity to work with this set of guys they are top notch very knowledgeable of all aspects of construction the owner takes pride in doing it right the first time
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03/10/2017
By: Vernia S.
Anchorage Auto Mart
Anchorage Auto Mart has excellent service and honest family owner place. Highly recommend. Thank you!!!
03/04/2017
By: Raymond G.
United Auto Sales
So happy I used United Auto Sales instead of their local competitors. They were friendly and inviting. Gave me an ample amount of time to search for the vehicle I needed without any salesman pitches. Happy customer. I'll be returning in about a week or so to buy a vehicle
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02/28/2017
By: Ben C.
United Auto Sales
I'm very satisfied with how professional and presentable this dealership was. They provided me with the vehicle I wanted at an affordable rate with nothing down. Thanks again!
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