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Boston Medical Group - Good For What It Is

I'm pretty happy with the results of the clinic; of course I'd be happier if I could just get a natural erection and get on with the normal business of living and loving that I've been accustomed to now for almost thirty years. Alas, it's not in the cards for me so I'm forced to seek the help of doctors and clinicians just so I can romance the ladies I used to woo effortlessly and with a minimum of trepidation and consternation -- both in the mind and in the pistol if you know what I mean... Anyways...
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#158562 Review #158562 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Corona, California
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Chevys - Chevy's of Phoenix - Food Poisoning

I was in Phoenix this past weekend for a family visit and made the unfortunate mistake of taking all my loved ones to Chevy's on Camelback. First of all, the food and service were terrible and after asking for the check, we thought our ordeal was over. Big mistake. About an hour after eating there, half of my family was terribly sick to their stomachs, including my grandmother. It was like out of a bad movie, almost comical how sick everyone was but I have to advise everyone to avoid this God forsaken place at all costs lest you wish Montezuma's revenge on your kin.
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#45837

Did your grandmother *** her pants and then fling it around the car like an angry monkey on the way home? Now that would be an interesting story. Cheers.

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#141367 Review #141367 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
La Puente, California
Loss
$150
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Mercedes-Benz - Mercedes C32 AMG warranty a pleasant surprise

So I've had a 2005 C32 AMG for little of a year now and it just went out of warranty four months ago, so I picked up the extended warranty. I have to say its easily the best automotive related purchase I've made yet. Shortly after buying the warranty, my supercharger went out and that piece alone was the price of the warranty. The dealership didn't blink an eye to replace the part, giving me a rental car and detailed updates throughout the maintenance process. I'd recommend the warranty to anyone. It's money well spent and it truly pays for itself. The car is still
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#141366 Review #141366 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
La Puente, California
Product
Mercedes Benz Car
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Dell - Warranty Ripoff

So I bought a Dell Laptop, the Latitude model, about two years ago and got the two year warranty. Last Saturday, a week before the warranty runs out, my battery dies so I called up Dell with warranty info in hand. The customer service person puts me through this long process saying that they don't have me on file. A half an hour later then she says that she only has the computer on file. Then she tells me they do have my warranty on file. Well which is it? When I tell her that my battery has fried out, she tells me its not covered. What is the use of a warranty of a laptop if the power source is not covered? Buyer beware of anything Dell.
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#141365 Review #141365 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
La Puente, California
Product
Dell Laptop
Loss
$200
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PayPal ripoff

So I just won a large ticket item off of eBay and naturally attempted to pay with PayPal immediately after winning. Big mistake. I checked everyday to see that status of my payment. My bank account was certainly not the problem. After two weeks the seller became impatient for my payment which was locked up somewhere in PayPal's payment dungeon. I can hardly blame them for being so impatient but PayPal takes forever to process a payment. And for what? So they can make interest off of my money after charging me with fee after fee? I don't mind paying for a service whatsoever. In fact, I find with many things in life that "you get what you pay for" but the problem is that I'm really getting nothing but a giant headache from PayPal and eBay.
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#49662

i can help you getting sued ffor that vaccume cleaner you were tricked into buying from a kirby sales rep. How do I know?

I've won myself (experienced)Why do I want to help? I know How it is to be the nice guy then get screwed.How much do I charge? FREE!! (Not an acting as a lawyer).Chances of winning?

Great!!When to start?

Now! Contact me at ticalish_7@***.com

#48521

I don't think this has anything to do with the seller on ebay. Paypal locks up peoples money all the time.

They say it's to protect against fraud. BS! they have been sued over and over for stealing money from sellers on ebay in class action law suits. I don't use paypal for ANY online purchases anymore.

Paypal and ebay are in the fraud business now. I have a paypal account but am cancelling. I won't shop on ebay at all anymore either. I get things cheaper elsewhere.

You probably could have forund that high dollar item somewhere else on the internet because sellers have left ebay by the thousands and have their own sites or sell on other sites. ebays fees are so high for a seller they don't make profits anymore and they get screwed left and right by ebay and paypal. If you want to buy something, look elsewhere on the internet.

ebay is a dirty word for a whole lot of people all over the world...along with paypal. If they accept paypal only, don't buy it.

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#140704 Review #140704 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
La Puente, California
Loss
$2000
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Verizon Wireless LG Dare ripoff

So just after having this phone for a month (32 days to be exact), half of the screen has completely *** out on me. I've kept this thing in pristine condition, I haven't dropped it and it doesn't even have a single scratch. Hard to believe that when I went to the Verizon Store with a receipt to exchange it for a replacement model, they said it would cost me $99.99 for a replacement fee! Unbelievable, I paid $199.99 for the phone and a two-year contract and they wanted to charge me half the price of the phone just to give me a replacement. After a half an hour going back and forth politely with the manager, I was forced to eat the cost or be phoneless. Unbelievable. I can tell you that the last day of my contract cannot come soon enough.
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#140702 Review #140702 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
La Puente, California
Loss
$99
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Petersons - Peterson's Test Prep

I recently purchased three sample tests from Peterson's Test Prep website. I was having difficulty finding practice tests online for the test I was interested in taking. Fortunately, Peterson's came up in one of my several Google searches and provided what I was looking for. The quality of the test interface and answer explanations was fine. At $20, however, I thought the goods were slightly overpriced given that I'm an internet consumer used to getting valuable help, assistance, and software applications for free or for very, very cheap. Still, I was glad to be able to get the practice in without resorting to joining a larger prep scheme or, gasp, actually going to the bookstore and taking a written practice test.
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#139536 Review #139536 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Huntington Beach, California
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Nintendo Wii broken!

So I bought my Nintendo Wii for my two children at launch when it first came out in November 2006. It is a great system and my kids love it to the point that they can't stop playing it. But just this last week strange graphical "artifacts" (as Nintendo likes to put it) started showing up on the screen, blocking out half of the screen making everything unplayable. We hooked it up to three other TV's in the house and the same effect happened every time. I called Nintendo and they said that I would have to pay $70 since I failed to register my system and that even then the warranty was only good for one year. This is ridiculous and completely unacceptable. I suggest getting a store warranty if you pick one of these things up (if you can even find one) because believe me, you won't want to have a broken Wii and bummed out kids.
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#485666

You get a one year warranty on the Nintendo Wii, the fact that it is almost 6 years old and you are complaining that it is broken. Get a grip.

#688003
@Paul Stevens

original post dated 2008...

#46892

Are you sure you are not a kid yourself. If you failed to register, and thay have a one year warrently you are out of luck because of your own *** mistake. I am sure your chidren are proud of having a father like you who wants things his way rather than how they should be.

#46886

i think i know why it said failed to register the wii,go to nintendos website,create an account,and then click register system,you can enter the serial number,then it will be registered.hope it will help with the cost if that affected it

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#138938 Review #138938 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
La Puente, California
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Saab Cars Usa - 1999 Saab 9-3 SE's Sensitive Warning Lights

Overall, I'm very satisfied with my 1999 Saab 9-3. I've taken good care of it and performed all schedule maintenance. However, one thing that's annoying is its over-sensitive warning light systems. For example: The check engine light came on recently, but disappeared the next day when I was on the way to the mechanics. Also: the LED panel goes wonky and gives me warnings for non-existent problems. And: The "passenger airbag" warning light goes off whenever someone heavier than about 150 pounds sits in the passenger seat. My mechanic tells me there's nothing wrong with the airbag. The only thing wrong is that the light goes off in concurrence with a beeping sound. Very annoying. In the scheme of things, these problems are no big deal. Just wanted to make others aware and see if they have similar issues.
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#43733

i luv mines. :cry

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#138301 Review #138301 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Huntington Beach, California
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Dell Inspiron E 1505

This laptop hasn't been the worst investment I've ever made, but I can't say I'm particularly happy with it. Recently, the inverter *** out after a mere 15 months of service. $150 down the drain! Oh well, at least the monitor is big. That's probably why the darn inverter decided to die. Next time, I'm going to avoid Dell. The battery on this laptop also needs replacing. All around a horrible experience. Has anyone else noticed this problem with a similar model? I'd wager I'm not the only one who's fate this has become.
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#42865

Buy a Mac :-)

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#138021 Review #138021 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Huntington Beach, California
Product
Dell Laptop
Loss
$165