Eyeglass Repair in Philadelphia, PA
4002 Chestnut St
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The examination itself went very well. However, all other aspects of the experience have gone horribly. I went for my initial examination in mid October. I picked out a pair of frames and was told I would receive a phone call when they were in. That phone call never came, so I had to follow up myself, perhaps a month later. When I first tried them on, they were horribly bent, and the front-office staff proceeded to wrench on them to make them fit. I told him I would not be comfortable walking away with that product, and so he said he could send them "back to Davis" to have the frames replaced. I didn't receive a phone call again for at least a month. When I called and inquired, he said that they were in. I went again. They appeared to be exactly the same frames, and thus naturally didn't fit. He encouraged me to pick out a new set after telling me that the right side of my nose was elevated--a new observation for me. I said that I wasn't interested in a new pair, and kindly asked that he try to return them one more time, or I'd take my business elsewhere. Two to three weeks later I still hadn't received a phone call (I was promised a one-week turnaround time), so I called my insurance provider directly. It turns out the front office staff member lied about the frames I picked out being an insurance-provider product. Instead, he filed the claim under a site-provided frame and charged me the allotted amount I have for a non-participating frame. As such, my insurance provider had no record of having received the frame for replacement or repair. In all likelihood, then, the front office staff lied about having returned the frames to be repaired. I feel for the optometrist at this site; she acted like a professional. The front office staff, however, have been dishonest and unprofessional. I would encourage you to take your business elsewhere.
251 S 17th St
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3.Cross Connect Solutions Inc
401 N Broad St
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3853 Aramingo Ave
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5.New World Vision Center, Inc.
612 Washington Ave # 612
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We are the best family eye care specialist since 1998. we accept major Medicare and Medicaid Insurances. Lay-A-Away and finance with no interest are available.
6.For Eyes Optical
2144 S Broad St
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1 Mifflin St
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We make eye care easy at your Philadelphia Target Optical located at 1 Mifflin St. Every day we deliver on our "expect more, pay less" promise by bringing together quality eye care, fashion, affordability and a simple, fun shopping experience. You always get more looks for less with your eyeglasses and sunglasses with top brands like Ray-Ban, DKNY, Armani Exchange, Oakley and more. And popular brands of contacts like Acuvue, Air Optix and specialty lenses. Whatever your choice, you get a great value on our quality lenses with a 90-day unconditional guarantee. We’re here to help you get the most from your insurance benefits and answer all your questions quickly. And when it comes to taking care of your eyes, we can't say enough about the importance of an annual eye exam. Eye exams available by Independent Doctors of Optometry next to Target Optical.
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