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By: Nikki W.
Danis Auto
I would just like to say that Dani's Auto Sales is the best dealership I have ever dealt with! I honestly could not believe how well I was treated and how the entire sale was so easy. I had been looking for a vehicle for a few months and was looking for a dealership that wasn't going to waste my time and my money. I made one phone call and spoke with Angel. I told him the car I wanted to look at and what my price range was. I simply went on-line and filled out a simple application. The next day, I was told I could go pick up my car. Angel made sure I had a list of what I needed to bring and never rushed me to get there. I was going to go down Friday night to get it, but was not able to go until Saturday. Angel actually told me that driving into Philly on a Friday night might be a little much and they would be open all day Saturday. He was definitely not like any car salesman I had ever dealt with. I do not like being rushed and he just really made sure he was thinking of me instead of himself. It was one of the hottest days we have had this summer and my husband got delayed, making us late. Not one word was said to us. We were treated as though we had arrived early. The car was everything that was listed on-line and then some! Everyone at the dealership was great! While sitting with Larry to go over the financing, we laughed the entire time! It was so hot that we were sweating in Larry's office. Dani actually brought us in huge slices of watermelon to cool us down some. My son and granddaughter were waiting in the other vehicle and he made sure they got some watermelon too! I think if anyone were looking for a dealership that really thinks of the customer first, they need to check out Dani's Auto Sales! What a great transaction and really great people to deal with.
By: jasmine.bossie
Rich's Auto Sales Inc
I have never bothered writing a review for anything before but this place deserves one. In fact, they deserve a standing ovation.I have been ripped off by auto shops before so I was very nervous about this place. My car needed emergency repairs and I happened to break down in front of Rich's. They could have completely scammed me (as Jiffy Lube, among many others would have) but instead they gave me a double oil change (only charging me once) and checked everything that needed checking and found that the only issue was the oil. They tried to charge $30 for the cooling agent they added but were very easy going when I said it needed to be $10.The total wound up at $44 after tax. They easily could have scammed me out of a hundred dollars saying my cooling unit had a major leak and needed replacing, my transmission needed to replaced, and they could have charged twice for the oil.Instead they were fantastic and very nice and easy going. They were a little hard to understand at times but when asked to repeat, all was well.This place was fantastic and if I ever randomly break down in the Philly area again, I know where I'm going!!
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By: Jason G.
Danis Auto
I am going to start by saying that I am extremely surprised by how fun my car buying experience was at Danis Auto. I waiting for a while until I was approved on my Mercedes and I spent most of the time chatting with the finance guy Chad. It really made the process less stressful for me. Also, on a more serious note, I am shocked to find a dealership that is honest about known problems in cars. Angel actually steered me away from a different Mercedes that was parked in the back of the lot stating that it had "air bag and possible transmission issues." I still wanted to see what kind of deal he would cut me considering the known issues (hey! I had to try!) The owner, Will, actually REFUSED to sell me the car saying that he couldn't in could faith sell a car to anyone unless he knew it was safe! WOW! Is this for real Yup! Go see these guys-they are a diamond in the rough! I love my new Mercedes E-Class! Thanks!! I'm putting this review anywhere i can on the net cause these people deserve it!!
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By: Trish M.
Kershaw Esposito Real Estate
We rented a property from this company with a one year lease and when it was up we asked about staying on another year. We were told we could stay. Whenever we called the repair was slipshod as they looked for the cheapest fix. Shortly into our second year we decided to move and gave the required notice. I received an email from the property manager that we could not move as we had a lease and would either have to pay for the year or find someone else to rent the property. I replied that we never signed a lease for the second year, this was simply a bullying tactic. We cleaned the house and painted (paint was left in unit from previous tenant) where we spackled. Upon inspection of the house we were told that the paint appeared "shimmery." This wound up costing us $500 of our deposit as they claimed this was how much it would cost to repaint. I guess they didn't bother to look for the cheapest fix when we were paying for it. I would not recommend using this company to rent or purchase.
By: alexdfjgh02
I went to so many car lots looking for the right car and someone that would finance me for what I was needed. I spent hours and hours in diffrent dealers and everyone was rude and wouldnt listen to what I needed and only wanted to sell me vehicles that would put the most money in their pockets. I know my credit wasnt the best to be dictating what I was asking for but I do have a family of 6 and needed somehting reliable that would last for a few years. At Autopros everyone was understanding and more than a pleasure to work with. They made the process so easy too!!! I was in and out withing just 2 hours!!! Compared to many other dealers which were 6-7 hour long process. I ended up buying a 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan, which fit my family comfortably, Provided me with service records and a accident free car fax :) best of all the van only had 37k miles on it!!! I plan on keeping this car untill it is paid off and then comming back and trading it in for something even better!!!!!
By: John S.
Ameri Motors
I am graduate student with a limited budget and a family. I went to Ameri Motors and told the owner that I only had so much money to buy a minivan and can he find me something for that price. Moreover, I wanted foreign car, in particular a Nissan Quest only 2005 and up. Although the dealership mostly deals with high end cars, the owner searched in the auctions for me for several weeks until he found me a 2007 Nissan Quest for the price that I stipulated which was much cheaper than really it could have sold for in the market. This was even better then I had hoped for since I only expected to get a 2005 Quest for the price I stipulated. I was very happy with the service I received from them. They were kind and very considerate of my situation and did all they could to meet my needs. They even processed the paper work for the title on the new car and lost title for my previous car so I can sell it. Any one looking for used cars, I highly recommend this place.
By: Alberta B.
Peer Peopert Management
My experience has been completely opposite of the other reviewers. I sold my house after 8 years because among other reasons, I was done chasing contractors for shoddy work. I looked at quite a few properties and talked to quite a few property managers before going with Peer. And I am so glad I did! I immediately liked the Property Manager Barb and loved her responsiveness in getting my lease signed and working with me on a move-in date. Since day one, any issue, big or small, has been dealt with in less than 24-48 hours, with Barb either texting or calling me! I am thrilled! I thought I might have a problem with noisy upstairs neighbors, but one discussion with Barb and it was taken care of. I highly recommend Peer Property - my bi-level apartment is open floor plan, gorgeous hardwood floors and beautiful new appliances. Throw in Barb's responsiveness and good nature and you can't go wrong!
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By: Tamra S.
Roll's Auto Sales
Paid almost 8400 to walk off with the car we loved. We told them the oil change was on in which he said it was fine but it'd be recommended to change it once we got home. Ok, fine. During the process of the paperwork we assumed the inspection would be done. Once being rushed through the paperwork, it's time to go. No inspection once we were already on the highway back home. I contacted the sales man who started his reply with "well duh". Not even an option to reimburse me. So 80$ oil change and 60$ inspection after putting 8400 down. Car is great, service was great. I was just uneasy on the money I had to spend to finish being legal AND keeping the car in top shape. I would recommend once everything is done to ofcourse give the car another drive and inspect for yourself. Because once all is said and done, "it isn't their problem anymore."
By: Vince R.
Peer Peopert Management
It's funny how the person below has lived in one of these apartments for years, but doesn't know her landlord's name...Barbara. I met her over the summer and she has been nothing but helpful and responsive. I am a young professional and my roommates love our new apartment. I've had hundreds of friends comment on how nice our place is and asking about how we heard about it. The truth is....I got lucky meeting Barbara...she gave us a tour while also helping out a friend and watching over her friends 10 year son. There were no surprises and she got us in a brand new place August 15th. She's a person who cares and puts people in some really nice homes. If you don't respect kind people or don't enjoy top of the line living spaces, then Peer Property management is not for you.
By: William L.
Amco Motor Sales
Recently purchased and Audi . The seller was honest as he had someone else who was coming in to see the car. We asked that he call back if it wasn't sold to him. We received the call from him when it wasn't purchased i test drove it and it ran well. Before the end of the test drive I smelled oil . He offered to put it on a lift and take things apart to see if we could find the problem. We checked it out minor gaskets he offered to fix it or sell it to us with the prepaid amount and some change off. We opted to allow him to fix it. It took two days for him to get the part I just picked up and man that thing runs exceptionally well. I'm pleased with Greg and his staff who were all helpful in my purchase and ensuring the comfort of my putlrchase which was priced fair.
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  • Easy and inexpensive to install and does not require any drilling or modification of the home.
  • Does not require a landline.
  • Can be taken from one home to another during change of residence.
  • Can be combined with a hardwired system.
  • No need to change any batteries, as with wireless systems
  • No interference from other signals
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  • Can be combined with a wireless system
  • Hardwired: A system that uses cables to connect all sensors to a central control panel within your home. The cables are usually installed within the walls or floorboards of your home. The control panel then uses your home’s landline connection to call for assistance (police, fire, medic).
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