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08/24/2016
By: Becky R.
The Healing Place
Wanting info for a family member.. I dot know anything about the Healing Place, trying to find some info for someone.. Thank you
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08/15/2016
By: Yolk E.
Evergreen Christian Counseling Center
His rating will be a 0, but it dose not let you rate them a 0. Very distractive. Went their twice thought it will help out, but he started judging me and what he thought. So unprofessional te unprofessional lying about his othe clients that had bad things happen to her. He alway look at the very worst in you and but you on the spot. SAVE your money and do not go to him. I felt like I can get more help from a bum off the street.
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02/22/2016
By: Lynn T.
Bell John
If I could give a zero, I would. Unprofessional and does not return phone calls. I have great insurance, however, he will not provide his tax ID information and billing codes so I may file with my insurance. Had 4 appointments with him at which time he made an inappropriate referral for a family member. When the facility (the family member was referred to) attempted to contact him, he did not return their phone calls, either. Multiple phone call attempts were made by both parties.
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05/17/2015
By: Christie&beau E.
Probation & Parole Office
I hate having to wait for hours just to be talked to for 5 minutes. It makes me wonder what they are doing back there in between Probation/Parolees. They want us to work and have productive lives but we have to take off once a month to sit there all day. Ridiculous!!
09/10/2014
By: Ben C.
Bell John
Dr. Bell is a judgmental jerk who is only willing to address what he sees as important issues in your life, and is unwilling to talk about what your concerns are. I went to Dr. Bell for about a year and had many sessions with him in an attempt to improve my family relationships and talk to about my life trajectory.He refused to address the things I wanted to address until I'd told him I wouldn't be coming back for my next appointment, then he was all about discussing my issues.I wish I hadn't wasted as many sessions with him as I did.
11/09/2012
By: michelleanderson70
Golden Arrow
this place is great they helped me when i had nowhere or anyone to help they where great i appreciated it so much i have a friend that i am going to bring their next week thank you so much very very much
04/02/2008
By: bryanlangeneckert
Kentucky State Of
Do you believe the KY Board of Auctioneers protects the public? Guess again! One would think so... and they claim that's their primary mandate on their site ( http://auctioneers.ky.gov/ ) but that's not the case here. I filed five pages of wrongdoing concerning numerous illegalities perpetrated by Thompson & Riley, Ltd. Auctioneers / Realtors. The Kentucky Board of Auctioneers "investigated" and then dismissed my complaint. No hearing, no witness testimony... they turned a blind eye to each and every portion of my complaint. Any one of the basic points about which I complained required action by the Board. The more complicated points of my complaint that, with thorough investigation and witness testimony, would have proven fraud and a systematic approach of wrongdoing by Thompson & Riley, Ltd., Auctioneers and Realtors... were also ignored. The Kentucky Board of Auctioneers wouldn't even let it get to the next step of a hearing. Do not, even for a second, believe there is any protection of the public by the Kentucky Board of Auctioneers. Oops... I stand corrected by the annual report of the Kentucky Board of Auctioneers: Between June of 2006 and May of 2007, there were (presumably) at least 1,149 complaints filed (mine was numbered 07-1149) yet only one... ONE auctioneer lost his license!!! Need I say more? James J. Bates II (aka Jamie Bates) and Julie Smith of Thompson & Riley, Ltd., Auctioneers / Realtors ( http://www.thompsonandriley.com/ )misled me repeatedly and extensively to get my signature on their auction contract. In the name of free speech, I'm here to tell you these people were less than honest from the start.My original complaint was five pages but, for the sake of space and time, let’s begin here with these:1. Jamie promised to "inventory and catalogue" the contents of the house and provide me with said inventory. No such inventory was received. The only list of contents ever received was at settlement time MONTHS after the auctions and the list received was quite small compared to the actual contents of the house. To my understanding, not providing receipts for contents and providing settlement results and disbursement months after the auctions occurred are violations. These things, taken individually, could be considered oversights (although still inexcusable) but, viewed collectively, each of the points contained in my complaint show a pattern of deception.2. Jamie promised to utilize Ebay for the dolls, accessories and finer collectibles to get a wider market. We talked at length prior to the signing of the contract. It appears that NOT ONE item made it to Ebay. In his response to my Board of Auctioneers complaint, Jamie stated he's used Ebay for years. First, responding to that claim as he did, it shows there was merit to my raising the point and, secondly, he offered no factual defense (showing what items went to Ebay and the supporting paperwork that would have been created). Numerous promises made but not carried out.In short, watch out if you are dealing with a Kentucky auctioneer. Want another tidbit? Did you know that, according to the Kentucky Revised Statutes, an auctioneer involved with shill bidding can be fined $10 ???. You read that right... ten dollars. An auctioneer getting caught shill bidding (which goes to the very core on the question of honesty within the auction industry) can be fined ten dollars. Do YOU see a reason to trust a Kentucky auctioneer?Bryan Langeneckerthttp://ThompsonAndRileySucks.com/bryan@iglou.com
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