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By: Michael E.
Ally Financial
I asked for a deferment, they accepted the amount and then called me two days later to tell me the deferment had been cancelled. They took the money and told me everything was fine only to find out it wasn't two days later. Constant harassment from them.....not a good company to work with at all.....DO NOT get a loan from them. You have to talk to someone in the Phillippines
By: Catherine G.
Network Auto Sales
I bought a car here and it didn't start the very next day. Total junk. Save yourself the problem and money don't buy here.
By: Bob D.
Soud Law Firm
Jeff was helpful and comforting throughout the process. He was kind and always made himself available to talk. Most personal injury law firms do not make their attorneys so accessible to their clients.
By: Ellen S.
Preddy Law Firm, P.A.
BE VERY WARY OF THIS LAWYER.My husband and I met with her to see about the pros and cons of a will vs a trust and to gain some general familiarity with estate planning. Instead of asking us what we wanted and how she could help, she seemed intent on her own agenda, taking out her legal pad and asking all kinds of very personal and private questions. *I understand that all this information would be required when we were ready to make a decision about what avenue we wanted to go down, but we were only there for a very general consult and an introduction to see what the process would be like and the approximate costs of our choices; Estate Planning 101 basically. We weren’t ready for anything beyond that, nor were we told we would be required to submit information of that sort at this consultation. When we were not able to give her all the information she wanted and when I told her that really, we were there just for a general Q & A, she became hostile, defensive and extremely agitated. The frosty atmosphere in her office was palpable. She showed no sympathy or interest in us, but I felt her only intent and interest was on ‘her’ processes and ‘running the show her way’. She wanted to put the blame on us for not understanding the process and even said that ‘you must have me confused with someone else’. In the end, we hurriedly left. I couldn’t get out of her office fast enough. I felt violated. BE VERY WARY!!!
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By: Amanda W.
Harrell's Automart
This people are amazing I bought a 2006Black truck from them and made my last payment today thank you
By: Deborah T.
Your Jacksonville Lawyer
Your Jacksonville lawyer and Orange Park Lawyer are rip offs! I paid them $5K for a simple diviorce resolution and spousal support. I never received representation from them in the court not did I even get put on the courts calendar. All they did was filed divorce document with the clerk of court, nothing more. I had to keep calling them to see what the status of my case. I went to their offices both on Centurion Parkway and in Orange Park. This was the worst experience I ever had with legal representation. I file a complaint with the Florida Bar both arbitration and a formal complaint. Nicols had the audacity to say I can pay an additional $3500 to continue representing me in which they never represent me from the first payment. I was at my lowest point and hoped that they would assist me. They only consult with you to see if you're in a vulnerable state and lie about what they can do to get your money. I would never recommend them to anyone! Misleading attorneys and rude staff! Take your money somewhere else. I wish I had read the reviews first! I heed the warning of 1 star ratings. A 0 star is more fitting!
By: Terri S.
All Affordable Classics
This business is horrible the old owners were not professional at all, the new owners are even worse. Do not ever go to this business for a vehicle. you will regret it.
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By: Leslie P.
Unique Auto Sales
This guy is a rip off artist, scammer, and should be out of business
By: Bill T.
Pinaud, Donald E Jr
Don Pinaud is an incompetent attorney and did nothing in my case and illegally took my retainer and then withdrew from the case. He is an arrogant, rude, and obnoxious person, never returns calls, will not update you on the case, and has committed malpractice for which we are currently seeking a legal malpractice Attorney to hold him liable for his incompetency and grand theft of our retainer fee of $3000.
By: Jon L.
Northside Motors
The personnel weren't bad, the service was actually great, but i was sold a lemon, between the bad engine/transmission, having to replace the fuel pump, and having tires that weren't designed to hold the load capacity of the vehicle. I've been having a lot of troubles with this truck and I've only had it for 6 months. Just want to make sure other clients aren't getting sold lemons like mine is.
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