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09/11/2015
By: Carla E.
C Town Supermarket
Disgusting place, I just found maggots in my babies milk. The meat it's not cared for with cleanliness. It's disgusting. That place is not clean at all. Good beer market but clearly they never check on expiration dates on their stuff, so please check before buying anything
08/16/2014
By: Ichbin E.
Server Supply DOT Com
"WARNING!!! Read this before you loose money:I purchased a NEW server with original HP warranty. The server arrived DEAD! I was told that the warranty had expired and they can't do anything about it. The server was a two year old piece of junk put together from non-matching part numbers, totally scratched and dusty. DO NOT GET SCREWED! I am out $3.418!!! I filed consumer protection claims and I will sue them. What a headache!"
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