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By: lesjow
Massage Envy - Pelham Hills
@Truthiscoming Hello, I am Leslie, the Clinic Administrator for this location. I noticed that you were unhappy with your service with us (by the 1 star review) and would love to see if there is anything I can do. I'd be happy to discuss your experience so we can better our services for you. Kindest Regards, Leslie Jowers.
By: rudygirl
Synergy Massage & Bodywork
Deb at Synergy Massage and Bodywork is FABULOUS. Deb gave me a wonderful massage, but more importantly she was able to eliminate the pain I was having in my groin area when other practioners had no clue how to help me. She is talented, caring and extremely knowledgable. I have gone back to see Deb and will do so in the future. I highly recommend Deb.
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By: anonymous715
Massage Envy - Verdae Village
I am very displeased with this Massage Envy location. First they scammed me into signing up for the 12 month membership, and wouldn't let me cancel my account seamlessly. I moved from this location shortly after signing up for this membership. I have visitied locations all around Atlanta, GA and have had spectacular customer service. Now at the end of my services here I have to contact the original location in order to cancel my account. When calling to cancel my account I had to leave message with an employee and wait for a manager to call back to discuss terms and condidtions of my cancellation (a 5 day process). Then they had to send a form via email. The form was stuck in my spam and they had to send it more than once (another 6 day process). Then I couldn't open the file (it was locked and I had to call and ask for permission to even open the attachment). Then once it was open I couldn't print it out or save it. So, I called the location for the forth time and was told that they could do a verbal confirmation if this next email attempt didn't work. I confessed that I didn't want to have to jump through any more hoops and the manager - JESSICA - hung up on me. When I called back she confirmed that she hung up on me and was insistantly rude. There was complete lack of concern that I was at work and trying my best to fill out this form. The manager accused me of inaccurately processing the email, thus being the reason that I couldn't open the file.I will NEVER go back to this massage envy, or any massage envy for that matter. The only reason I went to others was because I was screwed into signing up for this membership (at that location). Half of the massages were horrible any way. The only way to enjoy this memberhsip is if you find your favorite massuse and go to only them!!!!They only get one star from me because I had to click at LEAST one to process this review.
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