Junk Doctor in Fairfield, CT with Reviews - YP.com

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By: Renata O.
Shoes-2-you Repair
IN RESPONSE TO HILLARY MARTIN THAT WORKS AT THE LABEL EXCHANGE at 1700 POST ROAD, FAIRFIELD.You gave us a pair of sandals that were completely destroyed, needed a full sole replacement , the part that goes between your toes, on one sandal was rapped on scotch tape and the other one was completely ripped. That pair of sandals according to you were purchase from the consignment shop that you work for and they were already in a bad shape when you purchased. We provided the best service as possible and you were very happy with the results when I personally delivered it to you at your work place with no extra charges.When I spoke to you I offered to return the cost of the sole( material only) and you didn't want to, instead you continued to harass me with at least half dozen of long and nasty text messages, which I have records of it, including before and after pictures of your sandals.
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By: Bob F.
Shoes-2-you Repair
Renata couldn't have been more helpful. Fixed 2 pars of shoes for me and they were done perfectly. Even brought them out to me as I have a problem walking long distances. Had many shoes fixed over the years and she is up there with the best
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