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By: Colleen M.
Hf Hornberger Bakery
I ordered an $80 + cake for my daughter’s bridal shower, and they spelled the groom’s name wrong. My husband picked the cake up and did not notice they had John instead of Josh... I called the bakery from the shower they said I had to bring it back to have it fixed; with 30 minutes before the bride was due to arrive it was impossible. One of the women I spoke to got nasty to me on the phone basically blaming me for their error. Hornburger’s completely lacks any customer service skills. I will never ever grace that place with my presence again, I will make it my mission to make sure no one else repeats my mistake by going to them for anything. By the way the pound cake was dry and stale, no one wanted to take the leftovers home.
By: Joanne T.
Nova Vita Med Spa & Fitness Center
Had two bikini laser hair removal sessions, it was a great experience so far. Not painful, some tingles here and there but nothing I couldn't tolerate. My sessions are spread 4 week apart. I am noticing a subtle difference, have 4 more session to go. I purchased a package, 6th session was free and their prices are very reasonable. Beautiful office and very professional staff. Highly recommend.
By: Tom E.
Barricelli Construction
I have been a customer of Barricelli construction for many years now and will never use anyone different. The owner cares for his customers, as well as his employees. I cannot brag enough about the customer service that is provided alongside a job well done.
By: Gina G.
Philadelphia Private Gym
My Husband and I were so glad we found this gym. Marian is a great trainer, I like that she really knew how to work a program for our individual needs and kept us motivated. The one on one training is great!! We are looking forward to getting healthy with her help!!
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