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By: Wade W.
Dads Br1
John Leo. Your payment was due at DADS. You called and asked if you could pay it the next day. We said OK. The next day you didn't pay or call. And the next day, and the next day. You didn't return any of our phone messages. We tracked your vehicle and shut it down. We get a call from a dealership, asking for your pay-off. You NEVER called us to communicate that you were trying to trade in OUR vehicle. Because you didn't return our calls, I text you stating that the vehicle was about to be repossessed, and that on top of the note, the late fee and a $300.00 REPO fee, it may keep you from trading it in. That was not a threat as you suggested, it was a fact. That's when we had to get it back to DADS. Because of your lack of communication you consider us the bad guys?? You also wrote us a letter stating, " Dear DAD'S Employee's, Keep up the good work! No complaints here. (smiley face) Chevy's Rule, Sincerely, John....Sincerely, DADS Employee's
By: Nevi P.
Neighborhood Motors
y far the best car buying experience we have ever had. We had been in the market for a truck for a while when we happened to drive past this wonderful dealership. I was so worn out from the numerous dealerships we had already had been to in the last couple of months, but my husband insisted. Stopping was the best thing we could have ever done. The guys there were beyond professional and very personable people. They were straight forward with us about what they were able to achieve, and honored every agreement they made pertaining to their warranty and our vehicle. You do not see this kind of business interaction anymore...so we are very grateful.So if your in need of a nice reliable vehicle, but want to take the stress and annoyance out of the car buying experience then your first stop should be here & Tell them Angie says Hi and thank you because I love my F150!
By: judianna1
I've been going to Piccadilly Cafateria since I was a small child. My best friend's mother worked at a bank downtown and during the summer, about once a month she would take us both to work with her and give us money to eat at the Piccadilly for lunch and then money for a movie at the old Paramount downtown. I loved eating there; the food was like my Mom's food. When my children were small their Dad and I along with several other couples from church, would go to Piccadilly after church on Sunday's. They do that now with their children. When my son who is in the Army comes homes, it is one of the places he wants to go to eat so a trip to Piccadilly is like a trip down memory lane for me. I hope they can manage to stay open. I will surely remind all of my friends not to forget about one of the best memories we formed as children.
By: Susan S.
Neighborhood Motors
My wife and I are very pleased with the two Vehicles we have bought from this car lot. They sold us quality vehicles and gave great service. I appreciate their quick response in qualifying us and leaving the same day with the vehicles we picked. Give this place a chance to show what service is all about. I needed to add that this car lot was able to give me a decent trade in even after I went to three other Dealer ships that wouldn't even consider a fair trade due to cosmetic issues Patrick and Rodney treated my family with respect and help us with the two Vehicles I talked about earlier. They also introduce me to their mechanics if I every need repairs. They are truly a blessing to my family! I recommend this car lot to anyone that is looking for Quality Used Vehicle. I will be a repeat customer.
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By: Niecee R.
Consumer Auto Sales
This place is very unprofessional and they tried to get over. Yes, I was a first time buyer. First off, my tires needed the lug knots to be taken off and they sold me a car without the key to it. Everyone wanted to charge me to take them off. I went Consumer's AutoSales, and the ACTUAL HEAD MAN says he'll give me half of the money to me for paying to get the lug knots off. Everyone was given themselves the title as being the "boss". Then when I asked to get my money back, I was told I couldn't even though Louisiana have a 30-day grace period as Law. They didn't offer Gap Insurance and they were Ready for you to sign and initial numerous of papers. If you are a first time buyer and is clueless about a car, please Tag along a professional Mechanic as well as another person who knows about a car.
By: Kelly J.
Calmes John P
Webster's Dictionary defines the word "Miracle" as, "a highly improbable or extraordinary event, development, or accomplishment that brings very welcome consequences." John Calmes, Jr. is the personification of this word...100%! If you need a stand up guy, straight forward, honest & up front who walks the walk without having to talk "the talk", and who will come through for you, producing results that exceed your expectations, then call this guy--trust me, you'll want him on your side during your time of need! I did and it was the best decision I've ever made...he truly saved my life and restored my hope for a future, that I most certainly would not have had without him... He's my guardian angel and worth every penny (x's 10)!!!
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By: David Y.
Acadian Used Cars
I highly recommend Acadian Car Supercenter if your to buy a car. thanks to Michael and Jacque who went far beyond what expected them to do for me . The bank declined my loan after I drove off the lot, was out of town in Iowa ,learning this news , they told not worry about a thing ,they would make sure that it would all work out. still a little doubtful ,but they keep there word and did everything they promised and more .So today because of Acadian I am driving the same car I drove off in three months ago, So if your not sure where to buy a car from due to past issues , look no further , ACADIAN USED CAR SUPERCENTER, Thank you ,David York
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By: Akika J.
Neshia Lange Heron Attorney at Law
I can't say enough good things about Attorney Neshia. I needed representation in 4 days & I contacted her on the weekend. She was Very professional & obviously skilled at her job. We spoke daily about the case & in the that very short time period before my court date. She was able to gather important information that was needed to help my case. She was prepared & had also familiarized herself about my case for trial. I was pleased & VERY satisfied with her services. She is passionate about fighting for her clients & I would & will recommend her as an attorney to Anyone!!
By: Trina S.
Boudreaux's Catering
The Sunday Brunch is not worth the price. The food is not very good, no hot pasta dishes and I didn't care for the vegetables they offer. If you like Crepes, this is your place. Went there for Mother's Day Brunch and really didn't care for the food, really bland. Need a new cook. The service wasn't bad. The bathroom wasn't very clean and the chairs in the lobby and dining room had stains on them pretty run down. The furniture and plants are really dusty. The place needs remodeling.
By: irisamazed
Boudreaux's Catering
I recently attended a wedding reception at this facility. Everything was so nice ... the decor was outstanding, the staff was warm and courteous, the food was delicious, and everything seemed to flow beautifully. The bartenders were very nice, even though the lines seemed to be a little long at first, but then they went down pretty quickly. Overall, I would definitely recommend you check out this venue if you are planning a wedding reception. We had a great time!
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