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10/26/2017
By: Cliff T.
Family Auto Care Ny Inc
Over price beware go somewhere else.
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06/19/2017
By: Invizage Z.
Lanueva Quisqueya Car Svce Inc
I wish I could give it the bare minimum of a star, they hung up on me before I could even finish my sentence as to what I exactly needed and their queue time of sending a car or van is pathetic. Overall, the dispatcher needs to stand up because he's definitely been either sitting on something, he's on his menstrual cycle, or has a whole lot up his rear end.
04/15/2017
By: Andrea S.
Lanueva Quisqueya Car Svce Inc
Un desastre el dispacher de hoy sabado 14 de abril a las 930am es un maleducado y yo era d las q llamaba todi los duas nunca mas vuelvo a husar esta compania
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04/14/2017
By: Shivanie1994 ..
I&S Autoworks
owner was very professional ,he even detail my car and make sure it was delivered on time . would definietly recomment
01/02/2017
By: Tasha M.
Lanueva Quisqueya Car Svce Inc
The drivers are prompt at times but they are courteous. However the dispatcher especially the is extremely rude and abrasive taking a taxi is a choice and to get continued support your clients should feel appreciated! A dispatcher who is continuously slamming the phone down before I finishy request leaves a bad taste in ones mouth!!!!
12/04/2016
By: Peter P.
Lanueva Quisqueya Car Svce Inc
Son unos ladrones.Por un viaje de $15 , te cobran lo que les da la gana, unos $25 otros $30 y todavia te piden propina.Horrible en todo sentido.
09/28/2016
By: Tiff A.
Lanueva Quisqueya Car Svce Inc
Horrible horrible experience. Took a cab just so the driver can tell me he can't take me to my destination because he needs to take his son to school and drops me off at a random parking lot. I'm not making this up I swear . So I called the base and they don't even apologize to me they said they're sending someone in five minutes. Fifteen minutes go by no taxi . I wouldn't recommend using this cab service. Extreme unprofessionalism and very rude .
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09/03/2016
By: Marc A.
Sam's Automotive Repairs
And friendly service very professional .... Would recommend to friends or family.....prompt and fast service
07/26/2016
By: Oscar O.
Lanueva Quisqueya Car Svce Inc
Les doy 0 estrellas yo llamaba mucho a quisqueya antes pero después de lo q me enteré nunca más volví a llamar ay alguien q trabaja ay vendiendo droga a mi me ofreció una vez q se cree q soy un drogadicto? En cuando me dijo q vendía lo mande muy lejos por favor este es un business mucha jente llama taxis de la nueva quisqueya nadie quiere ir en la cárcel por un taxista por favor agan algo yo no voy a decir nombres yo se q hasta el dueño de quisqueya sabe q venden droga sus taxistas
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06/21/2016
By: Joanna A.
One Stop Concept Auto Rep
Great customer service, friendly and professional. They also worked around my budget and was very helpful.....their awesome!!!
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