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By: Dyes I.
CGF Insurance, Inc.
Best in the business, Takes good care of there customers and provide insight to every issue and work closely to help there clients to solve it.
By: Kelsey F.
The Yelson Group
Renting from the Marlen Yelson Corporation is the worst idea. They are by far the worst landlords I have ever had. First, they never ever answer their phones or email, unless they wanted money from you. Their office hours was only 10 to 2 M-F with a 2 hour lunch break in the middle. It was impossible address any maintenance issues. We spent a month without the stove/oven or the disposal. We had to wash dishes in the tub a couple of times. Dealing with getting the security deposit back was a nightmare. They still have not answered any of my emails, and I just received this today. We moved out 32 days before this check was dated (against the law in PA where they need to return the security deposit within 30 days). Their reasoning for what was withheld is also completely ridiculous. I scrubbed that kitchen (which came dirty to begin with) until it was as spotless as possible, the bathroom also has mold caked on there, it needed to be addressed years ago, but apparently, that is our fault. Lastly, we hung shelves in the apartment because of the lack of storage space, and decided to do a nice thing by cutting the time to repair the walls in half (I do this regularly for my job) by spackling. I did not have the time to wait for them to dry to sand them, but I figured it was still a huge help. It does not cost $675 in labor or materials to sand and paint over speckled holes. I could have done it myself in 15 minutes with the right paint. Would they have preferred giant holes in their walls and to spend more time and money to fix it, or would we just have been charged more? (also illegal, since they cannot charge for usual wear and tear, such as hanging shelves and pictures). On top of all of this, their note is EXTREMELY rude. If this security deposit was more money, I would take them to court. They are horrible people to work with, and will try to take as much money as possible from you. Do not rent from them if you can help it.
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By: Tetyana L.
Capital Keep
One Stop Shop Insurance Agency in Philadelphia for all insurance needs, Individual and Business Groups !!!
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By: Max M.
Triamond Realty
Terrible! I paid a $35 application fee, and my credit came back good. The realtor assured me that if I returned the next day at the arranged time with a cashier's check for the first month's rent, I could sign the lease. The next day, after spending a $2 fee for the cashier's check, I went back to the office EARLY, and they inform me that they already rented the apartment to someone else. They didn't even have the courtesy to call me. I asked for my money back, and they refused. I highly recommend against using this company.
By: Tiffany W.
Bridges Bar
Very clean! The girl who works there is so nice! Always ask me about my day! They know everyone by name !
By: billybillscrapper
Walmart Supercenter
All walmarts have rude n slow employees. Even ln south philly also thiet customrrs run u over while screaming scusseeeee meeeeee they block every aisle n just ignore u plus many buy stuff thry rrally do not want n this causes more delays at check out.
By: Etta S.
this is an ok walmart, just ok, not any where near great. the employees don't want to be there and you can tell just from the way they look at you, or don't look at you.
By: Rita O.
Country Cookin'
The food was OK as far as the flavor of it, the best part about the food was that it was nice and hot. The wait for your food is extremely long u shouldn't have to wait 1hr for 2 or 3 platters. The platters were also a little pricey, If the ambiance and customers service matched the food I probably wouldn't had a issue with the price.The young ladies behind the counter are OK they lack customer service etiquette, especially when answering the phones. I hate to say this but they're kind of ghetto in the restaurant, but so is the owner. She (the owner) uses profanity entirely to much, especially in front of her customers and on her personal social media account which she advertises her business on. Had I seen that before I went to her restaurant I would not have went. Just because your in the heart of the hood doesn't mean you have to run your business as such.
By: Demetrius C.
I had a wonderful experience at Falconland Tax Centers. I went to them for the first time three years ago and found that they relocated to 6622 Castor Avenue, 19149. They have some spanish speaking employees making it easier for my mother who came along with me to express her concerns. I will highly recommend this business to anyone looking to file their taxes by true professionals!
By: Brooke W.
Hadar Realty
I recently purchased a duplex that was previously managed by Hadar Realty. After the closing, one of the tenants mailed their monthly rent to Hadar Realty in error. A month and several conversations with Eric later (who would not answer my questions and eventually hung up on me), they are still refusing to refund the payment. Unprofessional and crooked are the only fitting words to describe this "business".
Tips & Advices
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