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  • 1.Mpr Ent

    7129 E 6th Ave


    9.00 mi

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By: Trish K.
Kirby Vacuum Co.
Purchased a service from this company, paid on credit card, unfortunately my home was broken into and my Kirby was stolen, such a great product, right? I called the company to ask them to refund my credit card due to the situation; was told No! After so many good reviews, this company cannot do the right thing for a customer?? Suppose they need the $100.51 more than a satisfied customer.
By: Michael B.
Auction Nation
BUYER BEWARE! Won a auction for tool bench for 380 with buyer premium and tax almost 500. Upon arrival at pickup I was given a 52in tool bench which was not the 60in I won. After I let them know they went to look for it. A little later they came back and said "we don't have that one" and then tried to take off premium to make it right, which is about retail for that size. So all in all the product I was bidding on they did not even have. I will not be buying anything from them and this is not the first time its happened to me. MB Oh ya they also have a F with the BBB
By: Kevin F.
Best in the Business, Affordable and Creative as well. serve it up with our commitment to extraordinary customer service…and top it off with our Lifetime Guarantee on most of the parts.
By: Samantha S.
Logisticare Solutions
This review here is for Tanya Bruce I just not can't believe how of a cruel woman she is her attitude her professionalism is just so disgusting.I don't understand how she became a supervisor. Her demeanor and her attitude a really affects the work environment I'm pretty sure I would have stayed if I had a different manager. I love the work the training was there oh and everyone else I work with the trainers were great all the other supervisors seem to interact with their workers and the workers interacting with their supervisors however this was not the case with Tanya Bruce. Rest assured that I will definitely be complaining to the agency about her she lacks moral support professionalism and most of all communication I am asking you a question I don't need you to roll your eyes or give me an attitude you're my Superior and you're supposed to know these questions you get paid to do your job as I get paid to do mine
By: Mike H.
Specialty Graphics
Did not deliver the product. They refused to refund, they only offered to send more product to replace it, which will arrive far to late for my needs. At least they answered their phone unlike a lot of these companies.
By: Marc B.
Specialty Graphics
Call me "old school" but I still think that using magnetic cards to advertise has been the best possible way to promote myself. I have gotten more referral business from magnets than from any other means of advertising. I have been using Specialty Graphics for years and they have always come through for me with a great product and timely delivery.
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By: Francellia B.
Auction Nation
Don't buy from this auction as they will not refund your money when there are incomplete or defective products.
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By: Barbara G.
Auction Nation
Auction Nation bought a 2000 Isuzu Rodeo. Went 2 pick it up & the windshield was busted. The pictures that were posted in the ad on their site DID NOT show a broken windshield. They misrepresented the vehicle. I bought it anyway because I drove from Show low.I was pulling off their lot 3441 w. Grand & the transmission slipped & stopped shifting. A mechanic looked at it & said the transmission went out. I called the manager 602-277-0941 & told him that I was broke down a few miles up the road, & that the transmission went out. He told me that the ad posted online stated that the transmission was slipping & ready 2 go. That is a big fat lie. I told him the ad never stated anything about the transmission or the cracked windshield. This is false advertising. He said “sorry all sales are final! Nothing we can do.” I am devastated & stranded less than 2 miles from the Auction lot. This company is shady. They lie & misrepresent the condition of their vehicles.
By: Kellie S.
I worked here from Aug. 2014 to April 2016. I loved it. They were like my family. The only reason I am no longer there is because my husband passed away and I moned back to my home state. Miss you all.
By: Judy B.
US Periodicals
They have over charged me twice even with proof of checks cashed. They have not seen that my Enquirer was delivered I am now 6 weeks behind. No phone number to call. This is a scam.
Tips & Advices
Ideally, service vacuums every 12-18 months. With time, dirt and lint can gather on the vacuum's motor bearings, which can slow the roll of its brush and place undue strain on its motor. The brush may also wear out with time, and this can reduce the vacuum's cleaning ability by as much as 50 percent. Dirty motor bearings can also cause the vacuum's engine to overheat.
Vacuums with higher amperage don't necessarily provide better cleaning. A vacuum's amperage is the amount of electric current that flows through the unit. While high amperage can favorably affect performance, other factors play even more important roles. Air flow is a key variable to consider, since it will give you an idea of how well the vacuum handles suction. Other important factors include filtration, hose quality, and nozzle design.
Upright vacuums stand vertical, and include the motor and suction head in the same unit. With canister vacuums, the cleaning nozzle is located at the end of a wand that connects to a wheeled canister via a hose. The canister holds the unit's engine, filter, and dust bags, and it needs to be dragged by the user when the vacuum is being operated. Upright vacuum cleaners tend to be less expensive than canister vacuums, but canister models tend to be more maneuverable.
A stick vacuum cleaner has its dustbin container incorporated within the stick that connects to the nozzle. This gives it a cleaner look than other types of vacuum cleaners, and it also reduces its weight. Stick vacuum cleaners require minimal storage space, so they're a good choice for apartment dwellers. However, they typically have less cleaning power than other types of vacuums.
Vacuum cleaner stores usually specialize in specific brands. Large chain stores often carry mainstream brands that are widely known, while smaller vacuum cleaner stores are more likely to carry lesser-known specialty brands. When evaluating vacuum cleaners from different brands, it's important to consider things like the unit's air flow, and the warranty protection offered.

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