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As a traveler, I was staying in the Alvarado TX area to complete a purchase transaction with MHSRV. On my way back to the dealership, I decided to stop at Subway located at 310 W. Highway 67, Alvarado TX, to purchase a sandwich, soda and chips for lunch. Although, it...
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Do you really think commenting on her teeth is respectful. If you were not hungry you would have demanded your money back.

Do you think demanding something is respectful? You may have been taught respect as a youth, but you do not practice it. No you do not respect others. Commenting on her teeth is not respectful.

Then you make an even bigger fool of yourself by playing the race card.

Accusing someone of racism without proof is nor respectful. So in turn you were either not taught to respect others, or you do not do what you were taught.

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#1455533 Review #1455533 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Subway Cashier
Cons
  • Mean unfriendly
Reason of review
Poor customer service
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Solar Bill - Poor customer service

Update by user Feb 23, 2019

Did Solar Bill try to contact you and what happened afterwards? What steps did you take to get this resolved?

I have not heard from Solar Bill, nor did I expect to. A simple apology seems to be hard for business owners now-a-days.

Original review posted by user Jan 23, 2019
Solar Bill’s is a Recreational and Marine Vehicles, solar panel installation shop that helps owners increase his/her vehicles’ battery power by harnessing the energy of the sun’s rays. This business is located at 630 W Main Street, Quartzsite AZ 85346 As a new mobile home owner, two mobile home owners at my Bureau of Land Management (BLM) desert campground where I live as a snowbird; recommended I buy a Foldable Solar Suitcase which was less than $800.00 to boost my battery energy usage which would provide the ability for me to boondock longer periods without having to run my generator often. As a result, my neighbors referred me to Solar Bill’s, a nearby shop to purchase or order a Foldable Solar Suitcase for this purpose. As well as, discuss how the unit is setup to enhance my energy needs. My appointment was scheduled for December 12th. Upon entering the shop, there was one male customer at the counter. So, I stood at the counter near him waiting to inform the lady behind the counter that I had a 10:45 appointment for a Foldable Solar Suitcase. However, once the first customer left. Although, I was still waiting at the counter, I wasn’t acknowledged by this female. Instead, she walked pass me to her desk with a paper in her hand - like I was invisible. However, when a second male walked through her shop’s door. “May I help you sir?” She asked. “Excuse me miss, I was here before him, so I am next,” I said. Mm…Let me get someone else to help here out-front, she replied. She went to the back of the shop and returned with an older man that she introduced to the second customer, as Bill. This customer instantly begins asking questions about replacement batteries. “Okay, may I help you?” She asked. Sure, I gave her my name and said, I have a 10:45 appointment to discuss, purchase and have connections installed for a Foldable Solar Suitcase. After sharing this information with her. She walked over to the shop’s garage and came back with another man, who she introduced to me as Jimmy. Upon discussing my appointment time with him and my need for a Foldable Solar Suitcase to prolong my energy-level capacity for a 30-foot mobile home. I was immediately told, “a Foldable Solar Suitcase wouldn’t be a good purchase because they are easy to steal which happens often. I always recommend roof top panels because they are harder to steal. However, I’m still working on the installation of panels on that coach (pointing at the garage), and training two new employees at the same time. I can start on your mobile home tomorrow morning. So, why don’t you pull over there near the fence and spend the night on our lot; then you’re already be here for me to start work on your mobile home in the morning,” he said. As a result, I spent the night on the shop’s parking lot. The installation of my one-solar panel begun on December 13th after 11am. So, I spent my time on the shop’s patio working on assignments for clients and periodically watching two employees work on my mobile home, who appeared to know nothing about what they were trying to do; regarding getting two batteries in a section that originally held one. As well as, where and how to install their solar energy reader near a current energy reader. Further, I should mention the installation of my one-solar panel cost $1595.95. Upon receiving a text from a client, who requesting a draft of two assignments I was working on for his company. I asked Delores, “Do your shop have internet connection?” No, she replied. My mobile home does, but I need to turn on my generator to use it; unless one of your employees can hook me up to an exterior power source. "I’ll tell the guys, I’m sure they’ll be able to do something,” she replied. Once my mobile home’s electric cord was connected to their exterior generator, my mobile tower, business phone, fax, copier and scanning came online. Shortly, after emailing the requested drafts to my client. My mobile connection and office equipment crashed. Therefore, I discussed this problem with Delores, who told Bill. Bill talked to his workers. Then came to my mobile home where I was working using my laptop’s battery source and said in an irritated tone, “You’re all hooked-up and connected to a portable power source outside. Although, it’s going to take a while for the solar panel to store enough energy to power your house. Otherwise, we didn’t do anything to cause the problem you’re having with your equipment which is electrical. You need to read your manuals, he said. “I have read my manuals and also write them for clients,” I replied. Suddenly, an employee arrived with another exterior generator which he connected to the two-house batteries that were recently installed. Later Bill returned, “This is the strongest generator we have; it should do the job,” he said. I didn’t respond but spent another night on his shop’s parking lot to complete another assignment for a client. So, I was working on this project when everything in my mobile home crashed. As well as, the power to mobile homes of employees, who lives on the shop’s ground. The next morning, Bill said, “The power went off last night. What did you do in your mobile home to cause this problem?” I was completing assignments on my laptop, I replied. “We’ve had many customers stay here from time-to-time, and its never happened before,” he said. The next morning, I left Solar Bill’s lot to run errands in Parker AZ. During my walk back to my vehicle, I noticed something hanging on the ground. A quick check indicated it was a strap. So, I returned to Solar Bill’s for an explanation of my discovery. During Bill’s inspection, he determined the item was a security strap for the house’s battery which was left unfastened. At this time, he also discovered a hot wire was not connected. The lady that worked on these installations were standing by and stated, “It took both (me and ???) to force both batteries into that compartment, and we tried to connect that wire, but the area was really tight.” I said to Bill, "That was an interesting comment. Neither employee felt it was necessary to discuss these problems with a supervisor or manager. They just left things hanging and unconnected. I am glad I bought this mobile home back for you to look at that strap. Otherwise, I wouldn’t have known a hotwire was unconnected which explains why the new batteries were not charging when your powerful generator was connected. Further, this would not have been detected until something happened." I am glad you came back also, Bill replied. In conclusion: I found Bill, the owner to be disrespectful and grouchy. As well as, his employees to be unapproachable and unprofessional
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#1455515 Review #1455515 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Solar Bill Solar Panel Installation
Cons
  • I did not like the sloppy work done by trainees
Reason of review
Unprofessional work
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Revolution RV Service - RV Jack hidden for 3 1/2 months in shop

I had a leveling jack and other problems with my new 2018 mobile home. After contacting RV Shops in Nebraska, Minnesota and Iowa which were recommended by my warranty center, I was told by these repair shop managers that they were back-logged with appointments for the next three to four months. Therefore, I initialed my own computer search looking for rv repair shops that could address my repair needs within the month of July. During my search I came across Revolution RV Service, 5300 US-67, Bldg. 6, Alvarado, TX. After talking to the owner, Corey Ebert, who assured me that he had an opening for July 24th and could address my jack and other repair issues if I could bring my mobile home to his shop. After making a 12-hour drive from Sioux Falls SD. I arrived in Alvarado TX on July 23 and stayed at a nearby RV campground. On July 24th, I was greeted by Terry, an employee, who informed me Corey would arrive shortly. So, Terry escorted me to Corey’s office to wait. When Corey arrived, I provided him with a laundry list of problems I was having with my 2018 mobile home which he claimed during our telephone conversation and now in his office – that he could fix stating, “Since I must ship your jack to the manufacture, it might take a while before I get a replacement jack back. Meanwhile, I will begin work on issues I can address and repair now. I’ll try not to keep your mobile home long since you will have to stay in a hotel. Do you have a preferred hotel?” No. A nearby hotel/motel will be fine, I replied. My driver will drop you off at a hotel in this area. Corey asked, where did you stay last night? “At the RV campground that is 0.3 miles from your business, I replied.” Those people are racist! You shouldn’t stay there. Based on the fact, I am white. I am sure you find my statement is strange. However, since I work at that campground repairing mobile homes for seniors, I know they’re racist. In the meantime, there are better rv campgrounds you can stay at in nearby towns; he named a few of these campgrounds. Then he asked, “Do you know where you are?” Meaning what, I replied. Alvarado is the bible belt of TX. Okay, that’s probably a good thing, I said. “No. These white folks love their bibles and the lord; but not minorities!” Anyway, I’ll contact your Thor Manufacture; give them your vehicle VIN and inform them that I’ll be shipping a faulty leveling jack to them which needs to be replaced by a new jack. I stayed at Motel 6 from July 24 to July 28th. At which time, Terry retrieved me from the motel and returned me to my mobile home. Upon asking Corey about the status of the replacement jack he said, “I shipped your jack to the manufacture and talked with an employee, I think I can work with to get a new replacement jack and have it installed as quick as possible. However, my contact said, “I can’t just send a new replacement jack just because you request one. We need to test the jack you shipped to determine why it failed.” As a result, I stayed at Mockingbird Hill RV Park, 1990 S Burleson Boulevard #20, Burleson, TX 76028 for a week. This was one of the rv campgrounds Corey recommended. While waiting for the new jack to be received and a phone call from Corey requesting, I return to have it installed; I stayed at different Bureau of Land Management (BLM) campgrounds from July 24 to October 7th, During this time, I constantly called Corey to check the status of my replacement jack. But, kept getting the same previous response, “The warehouse is still checking the jack to determine why it failed.” Not once did Corey, the owner and operator of Revolution RV Service call me to provide any information regarding the replacement of my leveling jack. On October 7th, I contacted my warranty center manager, who accessed and reviewed my vehicle’s VIN activity record and informed me, “There is no record that your jack was ever shipped or received in our warehouse for repair or replacement.” After receiving the above response from the warranty center manager. I made MHSRV warranty center shop coordinator aware of this situation, because I was parked on her shop’s campground while they made repairs on my mobile home. Therefore, she got involved hoping to send one of her employees to retrieve the jack from Cory’s shop. So, a new jack could be ordered and installed by her shop. However, her attempts failed because Corey was never in his office and refused to return her telephone calls. On October 10th - my 6’ 9” 310-pound friend and I showed up unannounced at Corey’s shop to demand the return of my jack or information regarding its location. The surprised expression on Terry’s face, an employer at Corey’s shop was priceless. However, he recovered quickly to inform us Corey wasn’t there. “Where is her leveling jack?” My friend asked. Oh, it’s here in the shop because a manufacture manager told us not to ship the jack to them”, he replied. My friend and I were appalled to hear my jack had been sitting in Corey’s dinky little shop for 3 ½ months, because prior to meeting me he thought I was Caucasian which is a normal occurrence for me. Therefore, Corey resented the fact that a minority female woman was driving a brand new, 30-foot mobile home; alone in his city. In conclusion: I discovered the many rv’ s crowded on Corey’s small parking lot are rentals. But are parked there to make Revolution RV Service appear to be a busy rv repair shop. Further, I found Corey Ebert, the owner of Revolution RV Service to be a charismatic liar, an unscrupulous business owner and the same as the many bible belt people he talks about. I recommend minorities and other decent citizens, seek repair services at other rv repair shops.
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#1455480 Review #1455480 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Alvarado, Texas
Service
Revolution Rv Service Rv Repair
Cons
  • I do not like doing business with pathological liars
Reason of review
Poor customer service
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Majestic Samoyed Pups - Puppy Breeders Selling Puppies online

Majestic Samoyed Pups - Puppy Breeders Selling Puppies online
My 11-year old dog, Cloud died without warning in April 2015. After grieving his loss for four months, I finally decided to purchase a puppy as a replacement companion. During my search, I stumbled upon a seller’s website, http://majesticsamoyedpups.com advertising the sale of Samoyed pups. My BBB, Rip Off, Yelp and other online business searches showed nothing regarding this seller or his online website business practices. Further, a review of the seller's website appeared to be legit since he covered all issues to entice potential new pet owners or pet owners who had lost furry companions due to old age, an unexpected illness or an accident to trust and buy puppies from him while issuing alerts to buyers cautioning them to be weary of other Samoyed puppy sellers. For instance, the seller created and displays a Scam Alert Article on his website to make potential buyers believe he runs an honest business and fights against breeders, who fraud and/or scam buyers. He also discourages potential buyers from sending money to puppy sellers via Western Union or MoneyGram; who can’t provide buyers with their USA bank account information to make payments. But this seller is no different; he hides behind an email address which receives and deposits monies from buyers purchasing puppies directly into his online Zellapay.com account. Further, a friend drove 3-hours to retrieve “Snow” the 10-week old puppy I paid $750.00 for in advance. But upon arriving at the address provided by the seller, he discovered the address was fraudulent after talking to the elderly male home-owner. I recommend all buyers seeking to purchase a Samoyed puppy beware of flowery-word websites because some sellers make it a point to fraud and take advantage of unsuspecting buyers. Hopefully, other potential buyers will learn from my mistake and loss.
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I'm so sorry about the loss of your beloved pet. I've had the same rotten experience this past month with our dear 14 year old miniature poodle.

We're all crushed and I know exactly how you must feel. When we are emotionally ready, we will probably bring a puppy into our home ; perhaps this coming spring. But I always let the puppy pick US instead of the other way around. Persons who have not had or been close to pets can't understand the justifiable emotional state of the survivors.

We loved her and miss her, something awful.

You don't need any unpleasant experiences after what you've already endured. Bless you for your love of animals.

ID
#1436815 Review #1436815 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Houston, Texas
Service
Majestic Samoyed Pups Owner
Cons
  • I did not like the lowness of thief
Reason of review
Scammed out of $750.00
Loss
$750
Preferred solution
Full refund