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By: Mike S.
Big Johns Auto
Not sure what this lady had problems with but I have also purchased many cars/suv from Big John, and he has always taken care of me. You are buying used cars at cheap prices, your going to have problems. I have had stuff break after buying and mentioned to him, and he has offered to pay either for the part, of the labor, where else can you buy a used car with no warranty that will do that? Also takes payments without charging interest, so I’d say he’s helping people out!
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By: Ralph F.
Bob Evans
The last 2 times I ordered carry out meals, when getting home , they omitted something I paid for, called the manager, he was sorry , WHY? he didn't get ripped off!
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By: Kathy A.
Great food and friendly people!My family and I have been here many times. The food is always great and the servers are always friendly!
By: Steve S.
Bob Evans
I was just there was seated right away than ignored for 20 mins screw that place over poor servixe
By: Jeff C.
The food order I got to go was completely wrong also I thought it would be like the old dove man was I wrong! High prices and super small portions don't waste your time there please !
By: Donald M.
Big Johns Auto
I went to Big Johns Auto and met the owner Big John and his son Little John. They were friendly and helpful. I am on a fix income and could only afford a certain amount for a payment and they extended the months of payments so that it would fix my budget better. The car has been a reliable car. i have had the car for over a year and the only things that i have had to do with it was regular upkeep. Breaks rotors oil change and tune up. All and all it was a great experience dealing with Big John and his help. They were all respectful and nice.
By: chris.mosser1
Joe Leonard Auto
a swindler who exploits the confidence of his victim sold me a crap car that lasted about 5 months then over heated almost AFTER 2 MONTHS and needed a replacement axel and overtop of that the breaks that's was rotted out and he expected someone to pay 5500 for a car that worth 1800 orgot to mention rusted out break lines hope to god someone don't buy a car from him and end up dieing in one of those death traps
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