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By: Debora C.
Advanced Skin Care Center & Med Spa
Do NOT waste your money or time with this SHAM of a back door business!! I bought a Groupon and after at least 5 attempts at getting an appointment FINALLY someone returned my call. All I can say is wow at this point because the girl who called me sounded drunk on the phone and made little sense to me, she was extremely rude when I politely said I can hardly understand what you are saying. She replied to me "well YOU are the one who called here so what do you want" !!! I should have hung up right there but no, I went to my appointment and after sitting in this ugly little office for at least 25minutes with nobody even acknowledging me I just couldn't stand it anymore and I left. I cannot believe this place is even in business its the absolute worst experience I have ever had. I contacted Groupon and THANK GOD I was issued a refund. Lesson learned I won't make that miatake again.
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