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09/21/2017
By: Colette C.
United Auto Recovery
My car was towed to the Atlanta location and I was a little skeptical when I arrived to the location because the doors were locked so I knocked on the door really light just to see if someone would come to the door but then I noticed that the hours of operation are posted on the door so between 12pm and 1pm the building is closed for lunch. Someone opened the door and was very concerned as to wether I had walked there and I assured her that I had not while pointing to my vehicle. Her name is Veronica. From the door she was very compassionate and to even answer the door while being on her lunch break spoke volumes for me about her character. She then kindly advised me of everything that I needed to do to retrieve my items from my vehicle. She really cared about my well being because she reiterated to me that when I call the number that she provided to let them know that Veronica told me to call them. Well to sum it up, Veronica was very knowledgeable in her position and very professional. She made me feel really comfortable and not looked down upon considering why I was there. Thank you again Veronica for your professionalism and for your personalism. You made my day! Continue to be blessed:)
05/29/2017
By: Brit H.
Beyond Management Inc
I had the displeasure of working with Parul Joshi. She was unorganized, dishonest and rude. She was very poor at communication, and for that reason, I will never deal with Beyond Management again.
02/21/2017
By: Xavier M.
Global Consulting Resources
I initailly called to get an idea of how they could help me build my client base via their marketing claims and from someone that told me about them. at first i wasn't too impressed. But once we got into the gray areas i thought i knew about like product placement and a new concept id never heard of called ghost marketing I was blown away but not what they knew but how much i didnt know. So of course i the went in to discuss all my options.. in short... This guy Jim is totally awesome! This was 7 months ago and I've not looked back from where they've brought me from.thank a millionXavier McCullough
01/10/2017
By: Eric B.
Morehouse Healthcare
I had an 11:00am appt to discuss possible surgery with Dr Okoli. I had all my new patient paperwork completed but arrived early anyway (10:25am). I was checked in promptly and waited to be called. At 11:20, as I was going to the receptionist desk to ask when the doctor would be ready, I heard another patient, "Mr B", ask about his appt with Dr Okoli. After talking with the receptionist, she confirmed and advised Mr B that I was scheduled first but he would be next. At 11:40, a nurse came and took both me and Mr B back to exam rooms. She said she would be back in 2 minutes to get my vitals. My wife and I then heard her go into the next room and take Mr B's vitals. At 12:00, I went into the hall and finally caught the nurse as she exited Mr B's room. I advised her that my appt was for 11:00 and it had now been an hour. I was nice enough about it. Even joking that it might not be the best time to take my blood pressure. She said she would be right in. At 12:15 she finally came back to take my vitals and I again expressed my frustration. A few minutes later, we could hear Dr Okoli go into Mr B's exam room. At 12:45, we could hear Dr Okoli laughing with the nurses at the nurses station. My wife went into the hall and saw the doctor go into yet another exam room. She asked the nurse why the doctor was in another exam room. The nurse told her that was a patient he was still working with. No, we heard that patient come in while he was still with Mr B. I don't blame the doctor. He just goes where they tell him. At 1:00pm, 2 hours after my appt time, I still hadn't seen the doctor. We left. If this was the level of attention I would have received as a surgical patient, I'm glad I never scheduled any procedure!
11/30/2016
By: Ma H.
Piedmont Physicians Jenkins Clinic
The team at Piedmont Clinic is friendly and on top of their game. I highly recommend their services.
10/19/2016
By: Janice C.
Investors Capital Express Inc
"Working with Investors Capital Express was awesome. I got my funding for my rehab property in just a few days"
10/18/2016
By: Heather S.
Psychiatric Consultants
They can do better. Being blind and not having an electronic calendar, I ask them to call me several days ahead of my appointment, but they may, at best, call me the day of the appointment which doesn't give me enough time to get transportation. Emails are sparse or never come at all by Practice Fusion. Dr. Evans, however, is very compassionate and caring. The new location is so much better. I love the music they play, especially the Big Band and Singers' collections.
09/27/2016
By: Gia E.
Intown Primary Care
I decided to go here after accompanying my friend for her appointment. Dr. Bell was so attentive to my friend's needs and questions that I immediately scheduled an appointment with her! The wait was a bit ridiculous during my appointment but it was worth the extra attention that Dr. Bell gave me. I'll definitely be returning!
09/23/2016
By: Julie B.
Intown Primary Care
I've been twice to get blood work done. The first time I did not like my doctor and the second time I went I had Dr. Hermeyone Bell. She was absolutely wonderful. I do not like going to doctors and she made me feel extremely comfortable. I will be going back to her as my primary doctor here in Atlanta.
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08/31/2016
By: Kelly M.
Dream Dry
I attended the opening day for the salon, and it was amazing! The friendly staff greeted me with a peach bellini and did an amazing job with my blowout. Giving me just what I was looking for! Whether you have a special occasion or it's just another Tuesday -- book your appointment with them today!
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