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By: Paul F.
Maverick Cadillac Ranch
We showed up after hours and Tom still welcomed us in. He took our order, served us and became a good friend. Gave me a card and told me if I was going to be late to give him a call and let him know. A great service that many restaurants don't offer.
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By: Maurice G.
Sears Hometown Stores
Extremely rude store clerk. Phone got hung up by the store clerk for no reason. Promised initially but declined to honor the promise. Boycott this store!!!
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By: Steven M.
Fletcher Tire
Fletcher Tire was friendly, professional, and very helpful. Awesome staff and very through. Will recommend them to all my friends. Thank you
By: Charlie S.
Fletcher Tire
I was very satisfied with the service that I received at the Fletcher's in Payson Arizona. Brandon initially helped me when I came and then Jason was able to recommend the necessary items I needed to resolve the issue with my vehicle. I have used Fletcher's many times before and have always recommended them to anyone needing any type of vehicle service or tires. As far as I am concerned there are no other service centers in Payson, just Fletcher's, that is all we need. Thank you for the service you provide to us.
By: chel28sy
Woody Preformance Motorsports
That they suck and do not have any decentsy for their customers. I took in a dirt bike about 2 months ago, he told me that it would take a couple weeks to get it in great condition, got me the estimate and I told him to go ahead. Now 2 months later I go into his shop and its taken apart in pieces NOT fixed. He keeps saying he is waiting on parts but it will be done by the end of the week (I HAVE HEARD THAT SINCE WEEK 2!) Always tells me he will give me a call and let me know whats going on, NEVER gotten a phone call from him.My advice, would be not to take anything to this shop because they are full of themselves, they do good work, but NOT in a timely manner and NOT good customer service. Very unhappy!!
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