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By: Kristie W.
Al's Auto Sales
I just came into a few bucks and decided to look for a used vehicle for my daughter. I stopped here and was greeted by a younger male. He was NOT professional at all. He was wearing basketball shorts that didn't even match his shirt. (I'm not being petty...people in sales should ALWAYS look their best. If they can't look their best then that means they don't care which means they don't care for the product they are selling.) Anywho...I wanted to test drive a car and he told me that the only way I can test drive is if he runs my credit and I get approved. There is NO WAY I will let him run my credit for a car that I didn't even get to test drive. Besides, I am paying CASH! Then he said when his grandpa gets back we can test drive it. My husband said "Well by then, I could go to another dealership and buy something. You're willing to miss out on a sale?" The salesman replies "Go ahead, we got money." I'm glad you got money because you're NOT getting mine! This KID was very unprofessional & unknowledgeable. I am sorry but he should NOT be left alone to run a car lot or any other business! How many other folks left because of his lack of business skills, work ethics & common sense?Thanks, but I'll take my business elsewhere. Glad to know that "YOU GOT MONEY"!!!
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By: Christie A.
It's Fashion
They don't deserve a star. If it wasn't mandatory to mark in that block i would've..I bought 6 items and went home. I had plans to wear that one of the items that night at family event...I pulled tags off and put clothes on..I got opinion from my daughter that one of shirts didn't look good on me I then took off and put back in bag..two weeks later I went in store for refund and I am told because tags aren't on items it can't be refunded or return. I went in store with tags, unworn outfit and original receipt. I understand people wear things and return but those that do that probably don't keep tags nor receipt. If this is policy then why wasn't that said at time of purchase and not stated on receipt. This is a low budget and I have shopped at more expensive and I was able to either return or exchange if tags won't on clothes with receipt. I WILL NEVER SHOP THERE AGAIN AND WILL PUT WORD OUT...
By: Jack C.
Kelly's Diner
Best roast beef po-boy ever!
By: Nellie D.
Kelly's Diner
Just left bought the sausage n red gravy black eye peas potato salad. Took 2 bites HORRIBLE !!! REALLY $9.50 THROWN AWAY !!!
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