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By: Megan A.
Kay Jewelers
I had a trade-in I wanted appraised. I met w/ Ashley & she let me know the diamonds had some chips & I would get $250. A few days later I came in again, working w/ A who was patient, listened to me & made great suggestions, & gave total prices for all of our rings. I told her I'd be back, bt she was going out of town so she she saved everything. I came back in w/ my fiance & a diff woman greeted us. She told us tht the computers reset each night & we would have to start over w/ her. I showed him the rings tht I picked out & the woman said all the prices A gave me where low. She reappraised my trade-in because she said tht was "gone from the computer" too, she only gave me $200 because there were chips tht A didn't see. My fiancé was getting frustrated because she was taking a long time. We ended up leaving because of her poor attitude. There is no need to bash employees saying they "don't know how to do their job". We came back to deal w/ A & she helped us pick out our perfect rings!
By: Layna S.
Piercing Pagoda
Well children gather 'round while I tell you my experience at this piercing pagoda. I went to get my ears pierced with my younger siblings as moral support. My sibling picke out one set of earrings while my other sibling picked a different set. They pierc the youngest ones ears....with the wrong set of earrings. Then it was my turn to pierce my ears, I pick out a set and prepared myself. They pierce my ears then make a comment on how they were surprised I wanted gauges....I didn't want freaking gauges. I looked in the mirror and they put spikes in when I wanted simple studs. They screwed up twice . Then the lady says she can pop these out and put the ones I wanted in . So she try's putting the ones I wanted in but can't get it through , so she repierces it without saying anything. Not a fun experience ... Should've went to Walmart and had it done.
By: lshay09
Wyndsor Park Apartments
I love living here. There is one hang up and that is that the pool has been closed more than it has been open. I think the landlord does a lot for you and she fights for you. I love it here. There has been a few turn around tenants but that is because she keeps out the ones that don't know what a nice place they have here. Without rules the planet would perish. I like the rules and don't think they are too strict. It has helped keep this apartment complex as nice as it is. I have lived here for 5 years!
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By: countryknight
Moore's Barbecue
One of the best barbecue restaurants in Eastern North Carolina to me. My family has been going here many years. I love this place and it has been a part of my heart always. You have to go here !
By: Ismael F.
Moore's Barbecue
Great food!!! I would definitely go back again.
By: Sandra J.
Dance Theatre
Awesome place. Great instructors
Tips & Advices
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