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By: Love shay realestperson E.
Family Market
Friendly customer service!!! Its my friendly neighbor corner store. Wish they open early n close a little later in the day.
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By: Lance D.
Circle K
Absolutely the worst customer service I have ever seen in my life. Purchased a phone charger and had a receipt printed. Did not even work once and the manager Dan refused to take it right back. I left charger and receipt on counter with Dan to go get the store number and Dan the manager when I came back in looking for the charger and receipt was smirking and I looked down and my phone charger and receipt was gone. I asked where it was and Dan laughed and said he didn't steal it. I told him to check the cameras and he brush his fingers at me saying get out of here and refused to check the cameras then laughed at me. Others seen what was happening and started adding their own opinion about Dan the manager and store. Several people mentioned their nasty attitude there and couple others mention how gross it is inside. Very dirty, but for the most part, Dan the manager tried to taunt me. Now is facing a court hearing. Do not go here. Very terrible and rude place
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By: Linda W.
Accu Rate Insurance
Former owner Joe S. is a very un-professional business owner. And of course the new owner doesn't see a problem with un-paid balances of the previous owner.
By: Christopher B.
Reliable Life Insurance
I bought insurance on my son at birth, 1977. It was a pay !0 policy. After 10 years, the policy was paid up. I have borrowed money against the policy numerous times, and had no problems whatsoever. Thank you Thurman Williams and Raymond Hall.
By: Lisa T.
Reliable Life Insurance
This is the worst company to work with. I would not recommend to anyone. They just don't want to pay at all.
By: Redan E.
Crown Food Mart
Disgusting, poor customer service, dirty ..employees are ignorant and unhelpfu. Their pumps are dirty and no receipts.have to go inside when u pay at the pump . To many beggars on lot
By: Melissa P.
American Family Insurance - Young Agency & Associates LLC
I have been insured with American Family and Paul Young for many years. We have always been satisfied with the customer service and anytime we have been unfortunate to have to turn in a claim it was always quickly and to my satisfaction
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By: Elle M.
Tim Kilo - State Farm Insurance Agent
Very friendly, professional and knowledgeable of all the different options. Most importantly, integral and honest!
By: Arethea B.
United Insurance Company of America
I been having a problem for about a year with this insurance , I keep sending money and they keep saying they are not receiving it, I been with them since I was 18 years old and just starting getting bad service from them,
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