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02/03/2017
By: Ally R.
Parkway Cleaners
I have only used Parkway twice now. Once a few months back for a comforter and then a week ago for three button shirts of my husbands. I utilized the pick up service as I have a newborn and a four year old. They charged me over $55 for the service on my account yet my tag said $7.55 for the three shirts on the tag. When I called they proceeded to tell me that I had in fact had many other things cleaned. I explained that I did not even own a burgundy dress on me of which he mentioned... Jason acted as though I was confused or perhaps not being honest and then told me that he would check into it and get back with me. This was yesterday with no response. I called today and they said that he was in production and that they don't have phones there... ??? Hmm. I hope that I can follow this comment up with something positive but so far the customer service(the most important part) is not looking good.
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10/12/2016
By: Barbra B.
Oakridge Mobile Home Park of Edmond
I am native American and once a year my Tribe helps out in hardship. They were ready to pay my lot rent but I have been trying to get a W9 since 9/20/16 . Help Now I get a 5 day notice to quit/????
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09/17/2016
By: Unun P.
Oakridge Mobile Home Park of Edmond
THEY LIE. They lie that they have special "today" but not the day after. My wife and I lived there last year and they got us into a freakin flooded area where the parking lot floods every time it rains. Internet connection is also horrible around the property.
02/02/2016
By: Glenn W.
Flat Tire Burgers
Had a great lunch with my wife and youngest daughter. Specialty burgers were great and the atmosphere by the University of Central Oklahoma was nice. The green chile burger and the grille cheese burger were worth going back for just by themselves.
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11/01/2015
By: Michael R.
Jos. A. Bank
In 25 years of purchasing suits, I have never experienced such an inept and poorly trained staff. Pointing at a rack is hardly what one expects when purchasing this type of garment, especially after having to approach a member of the staff for help.
02/02/2015
By: Summer M.
Oakridge Mobile Home Park of Edmond
The park is very nice and well maintained. Pool is clean and they have soda machines and it is walking distance to Hafer Park and they even have a nice dog park. Down side is prices. They are the more expensive park in Edmond and rent goes up every year! And they do treat some tenants better than others, there is one neighbor I have who gets preferred treatment I think because she owns, I got in an argument once with her and she brought up the fact that I don't own my mobile home which leads me to believe mgmt told her my info.And I do pay $40 for mowing fee and not one time, seriously not even once did someone come mow, my neighbor did mine so I didn't complain. Nice looking park though and close to many things. Worth it if you can afford it, which I can not anymore.
11/04/2014
By: carl_hall
Big O Tires
They do a good job at a reasonable price in a reasonable amount of time for tires and oil changes. But if you are female, check everything they tell you before spending money with them. Call a mechanic or your dealer if they try to sell you ANYTHING other than tires or oil change.
10/01/2014
By: Gwen M.
Parkway Cleaners
Very good cleaners. I have been using them for years - never had any problems with lost or ruined clothes. They were able to get red wine off my wedding dress without ruining it! I definitely recommend them, especially for stained items.
06/01/2014
By: ryangille
Foreman Enterprises
Don't trust this company. They are liars. They don't pay people the money they owe them.
01/08/2014
By: Ricky B.
Oakridge Mobile Home Park of Edmond
We lived here for 10 years, it was alright then. the rent is too high. Always complaining what was wrong. Partial to some renters. Home owners they get onto. find ways to get your rent higher. or make sure you got something they can pick on. They only pick on some renters. and let others slide. The rent is going up every year, the late fee's is out rageous. If you have not paid by the 5th is $50.00 late charge. if you not paid it by the 10th. It is $100.00. You will always get the notice by the 2nd or the 3rd of the month. So it gives you only 2 days how much your rent is. They force people to cut off their tongue on their trail, or they will charge you $75.00 per month. Then When you want to move your trailer.It will be your responsabilaty to put it back. And they don't bother with other tenants. They pick and choose the tenants. Had a friend living here, He had a 3 bedroom. He had to move out because his rent was $996.00 A month. So if you want to get suckered in come on in. Not a good place for Children. I have to pay $330.00 rent. Take care of everything trees cutting mowing. It is like a prison living here.
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