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Bill Kay Ford - Midlothian, Illinois (Beware)

Bill Kay Ford #419663
With that attitude, I wouldn't want to, Pulltype. Thankfully, the guys at Joe Perillo were a lot more gracious and professional than you or the guys at Bill Kay. That's why Perillo ended up getting my business.
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Safe lite Sucks

Safelite Autoglass #419466
This review actually surprises me. I've used SafeLite three times and couldn't have been happier. The first time was for a shattered side window. When he unpacked the new glass, there was a dot/scratch maybe twice the size of a pin-head in the tint. They offered to knock off $75 or have a new piece of glass out within the hour. I took the $75 of deal since the blemish was unnoticeable. The second time was to fix a chip in the windshield. They were on time and the repair was almost perfect. It was a large chip, so the repair was only barely noticeable. They told me to call in a few days if the repair was a "distraction" while driving and they'd come out again to repair it again (saying that they'd replace the entire windshield if the second repair didn't work). The third time was a windshield replacement on a classic car. Since everyone else wanted $1500 for this windshield (for a 1968 Jaguar XKE), I figured I'd call and see if they could get one and see how much it was. While it took them 3 months to actually get the windshield (and they warned me it would take a considerable amount of time to get it), they only charged me $375 and it was an actual Jaguar windshield, no...
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They chrage to much for a waffle.

Dennys Restaurant #419446
So, based on your story... You ordered a waffle meal without the meal which is $7. They told you they were going to charge you $6. Since you didn't want to be rude and cancel the order, because you know how frustrating it is having worked in food service before, you still decided to get the waffle. Then, when it was improperly cooked, you didn't complain. You had two opportunities to cancel your order. First, when it was being cooked. Second, when you found out it was undercooked and could have refused to eat it and not pay for it. Next, you claim you've worked in food service before. You should know that they normally don't cut you deals because you modify a meal. In fact, they lowered the price of the meal you ordered because you requested to remove part of it. Denny's did their part. Your low level of satisfaction is your own fault for not cancelling the order or refusing to pay for an undercooked meal. As a side note, because I want to prove you wrong even further, I called the Denny's by my house here in Chicago. Sure, prices may vary a little, but probably not by much. I asked how much a single waffle is. It's $1.99. So, had you asked for a single waffle, you would have had a reasonable check. Instead, you ordered a meal and deleted the eggs and meat. Next time, ask questions before you place your order or cancel it if you know you'll be unhappy.
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Remember, know BEFORE you go or get cheated!

CarMax #418699
Most car dealers don't use the Kelly Blue Book anymore for appraisals. I've bought a couple cars in the last few years and the dealers seem to be switching to an auction house system. I dealt with Perillo Bentley in Chicago (they sell everything from Fords to Ferraris at this dealership) because the manager was a client of mine. He showed me how he appraised my car and it was done through books and online. Basically, he looked up up price to get a ballpark and then logged in to some auction house website (it started with an M, but I can't remember the name). He plugged in all the info for my car and it gave him a list of all the similar cars that were sold at auction in the last month. The value at the auction house was $2000 more than Kelly Blue Book. I ended up getting a little over Blue Book. He gave me $11,000. He explained that he would try to sell it himself at the dealership for $16,000 for a month. If he couldn't sell it, he'd send it to auction and pay an auction fee of a flat $1000. So, for him, it was only a slight gamble. Either he makes $3-5000 selling it himself or he probably breaks even selling it at auction. Again, I know this guy and I know he's very ...
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Alan Winterfield - Terrible Real Estate Agent

Remax #418695
My questions to Al would be... If the property had "multiple offers for more than the asking price," why was it even back on the market? What horrible listing agent wouldn't call back every other agent who submitted a contract?

Next, while I can appreciate your frustration, you kind of blew apart your entire "good guy defending himself" persona with your last paragraph. While I thought your detailing of the situation was a bit suspicious, I thought you redeemed yourself pretty well. However, your final paragraph just made it obvious that you're not a "good guy," just a vindictive person.
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