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08/31/2017
By: Jen H.
A Touch Of Perfection
Awful. Cut- BAD, color -even worse, service after requesting refund- the worst. Jennifer was my "stylist" and claims to be the owner. Grayson is the manager. I was promised a refund the ignored, lied to and cursed at by Grayson. He avoided my calls, made every excuse on why he hadn't gotten back with me while at the same time claimed he had tried to contact me...quote from Grayson "you can record this if you want to, you won't shut the hell up long enough so I can tell you when you can come get your god damned money" then refused to refund. Buyer beware, my $59 service ended up costing me an additional $200+ to fix. He had the audacity to degrade my profession...although I'm proud to say I love my customers and because of my excellent performance and quality work I earn a monthly bonus and my business is handled professional, I can't say the same for "a touch of perfection"
08/24/2017
By: Jennifer H.
A Touch Of Perfection
Terrible haircut, terrible color, terrible follow up service after complaint. Promised a refund and a correction then was ignored by the stylist Jennifer and the manager Grayson
06/16/2017
By: Kyle M.
Professional Community Management, Inc.
The negative review was in 2010. Let me tell you about 2017. It's a 180-degree difference.As a Realtor, I deal with community managers regularly. I have NEVER had a more Professional, Courteous and RESPONSIVE team than the one in place here in Jacksonville. My questions are directed immediately to someone who knows the answer or calls right back with it. If documents are needed, they are provided quickly and accurately. When a service call has been made by my clients/residents, there was a knock on the door within two hours. I am referring to their operation of the Hillwood Condos where all you have to do is drive through the complex to see the impeccable attention to detail. Every building, every tree, shrub and lawn is meticulously maintained.
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01/16/2017
By: Gerardo V.
Complete Association Management
If you love your community, property value and investment this people are the devil do not give them your business they will create a neighbors from hell in your community and they do not do their job.
01/13/2017
By: jsac1031
River Oak Realty, Inc.
If you are a property owner DO NOT use River Oak Realty.1) They renew leases without notifiying the owner.2) They say tenants will vacate and then they don't and are not held accountable.This has happened to me 3 times.3) They hold your rental money until they see if tenants vacate early.4) The President of the company ignores requests to speak to him.5) They even verbally insult you because you want to know when your tenants will vacate after waiting for 7 months for the tenants to leave.
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01/13/2017
By: Linda P.
River Oak Realty, Inc.
I had to give these people one star as it would not move forward lol..PEOPLE PLS DO NOT RENT FROM THESE PEOPLE THEY ARE TRASH..THEIR OFFICE IS TRASH IF YOU GO THERE..WE RENTED A HOME FOR 18MONTHS..THEY JUST TOOK ALL OUR DEP 1495 AND OUR PET DEP.OF 400..WE SODDED THE FRONT YARD WE LEFT THE HOUSE IN BETTER CONDITION THAN WHEN WE MOVED IN..NOTHING WAS PAINTED THE FENCE WAS BROKEN..THE OLD PROP MGR NOTED WE HAD A FIREPLACE..WHERE?.THATS BECAUSE THEY DONT DO WALK THROUGHS. WE HAD A AIR COND LEAK..NEVER ATTENDED TO.BROKEN MICROWAVE.BROKEN DISHWASHER FOR MONTHS..ROIF LEAK IN GARAGE OVER 13 MONTHS I REPORTED IT ..TOTALLY IGNORED..THEY DID 2 INSPECTIONS IN 2 WKS TOLD US HOUSE LOOKED GREAT..THEN TRIED TO HARRASS US AGAIN..THEY FORCED US OUT WHERE I AM ABOUT TO HAVE KNEE SURGERY ..MY BLOOD PRESSURE WAS ALMOST STROKE LEVEL.WORST OF ALL THEY LIED.I AM NOW TAKING THEM TO COURT..THEY LIED ALL OF THE WAY THROUGH THE MAINTENANCE REPORT THAT THESE JOBS WERE CLOSED AND WERE NOT..THEY CHARGED 500 TO SOD THE BACKYARD ..IT WAS FEB?????THESE PEOPLE ARE LOW DOWN SHISTERS..I WISH SOMEONE HAD WARNED ME THAT IS WHY I AM WRITING THIS TO WARN YOU..NEVER EVER RENT FROM THESE PEOPLE. I HOPE THIS HELPS ANYONE WHO IS CONSIDERING RENTING OR BUYING FROM THEM.ILL BE SEEING THEM IN COURT :)
09/30/2016
By: Toral Y.
Studio 7 Salon
After living five years in Jacksonville, I finally found a salon that knew what they were doing. Anna Paula did my hair Color (Balayage& Ombre), she was very knowledgeable, professional, and so beautiful!I absolutely loved my hair!!!!Thank you so much, I am definitely going back!!T. Yoshida
09/28/2016
By: Angela K.
This & That Hair Creations
I have been going to Jim since '2009. He knows hair & I will not let anyone else touch my hair. My daughter feels the same. We always recommend him to anyone that asks. You will not regret your hair experience with him. ����
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08/08/2016
By: April S.
River Oak Realty, Inc.
We trusted these people to rent out our home and take care of it while we were deployed overseas. They failed to take care of it. They failed to communicate with us about it and in the end we had thousands in damages due to horrific tenants and thousands lost in lost rent. Don't ever leave your home in their hands.
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06/13/2016
By: Jennifer A.
A Touch Of Perfection
Very beautiful and related place. Great job on the hair and they have $15 pedicure Wednesday when you bring in 4can of food.
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