Collins Associates in San Francisco, CA with Reviews - YP.com
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11/09/2017
By: Chris N.
Bourque Consulting Group
Great Consulting firm. Solved our staffing needs in a professional and timely manner. We were pleased with the service that they provided us with.
10/30/2017
By: John W.
Uber
I am Uber driver and I am VERY disgusted the company and can't wait to leave it. Not just the company ripping off drivers by charging them 30% for each ride - they do not provide absolutely anything back, period! Drivers have to pay for gas, buy a car, insurance, car maintenance and many more. Customer service is so useless and unprofessional that I cannot even describe it but any Uber drivers can proof it. Uber don't have even a phone numbers for drivers or riders to call at least in case of emergency. Uber owner gives ZERO benefits of any kind to drivers so the company that is $64 billion dollars in value don't want to spend pennies while making billions?!!!Shame, shame, shame on GREEDY owner! unfortunately I have special reason to work for this terrible company for couple of months more but I cannot wait to get out - they treat drivers as SLAVES - period! I regret the day I started working for this company
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10/30/2017
By: Janice W.
Uber
The same thing just happened to me . Please advise what are the best steps to get this resolved. apparently they are stealing credit cards
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10/30/2017
By: Todd P.
Uber
Customer service stinks, there is none, and LA Drivers are thieves and incompetent, which is probably the same nation wide. We get charged a different price to go to the same place every day at the same time or there about, because the driver "ACCIDENTLY MISSED THE TURN OR EXIT". BS. That is thieving.
10/30/2017
By: Brenda F.
Uber
Not user friendly!!! And it says your first ride for free for your first Uber ride" not so!!!! And or promotion codes doesn't even apply even when you put them in!!!! And when you tried calling their number in San Francisco it's always busy!!! also I noticed the drivers take you the long way don't get that? I think I'm going to try Lyft next!!
10/04/2017
By: George Y.
Uber
There is no way to contact them to dispute charges - they charge cancel fees when their drivers delay and we have to cancel to get a new driver. There is no way to gain a credit for this scenario - it happens a lot. I just contacted LYFT and they get back to you quickly - UBER has taken away all ability to communicate with them by email, chat or by phone. I am writing them today - I was a VIP rider.
09/13/2017
By: Step K.
Uber
you have zero customer service..have been seeking help since 9/8/17...with no contact.will have to use another serice
08/24/2017
By: Mitre E.
Schoenberg Family Law Group P.C.
They made a really difficult time, easier, by taking the heavy load of my shoulders. Debra got to the courts to see my side of things, and that was worth every cent.
07/12/2017
By: Theresa F.
Dental Power Personnel
We have been happily using Dental Power for the last 17 years and they have been fabulous to work with. They are wonderful in helping to provide great temporary staff. We highly recommend them.
06/06/2017
By: James K.
Startup Business Accounting
we are very satisfied with accounting services and installation of new software that is perfectly match to our requirements. Thanks to SBA for one click solution.Looking forward to get payroll services soon.
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