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My son had a severe allergic reaction after eating your soup

Progresso #1706366
For some reason, most foods nowadays will warn people if their product contains peanut products. Apparently, presumed peanut allergies are now all the rage and according to studies can be caused by parents not feeding young children peanuts. Children of a young age apparently need to build up some sort of "immunity" or tolerance to peanuts if they are predisposed to an allergic effect as they grow older. In your case, however don't necessarily blame the soup. You might ask the boy what else he ate that day or that you fed him. It probably wasn't the soup.
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Check in issues

Odd, but aren't there alot of lodging establishments in Las Vegas? Here's a thought: find a room at a different place.
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20 YEAR LOAN

Vanderbilt Mortgage #1706360
You have the right to be furnished a complete listing of all of your payments from the inception of the mortgage to the present. This should list each payment and how and where it was applied to show the remaining balance after each payment. Contact them again, and you might need to do so in writing. If they don't comply then file a complaint with your state's banking and regulation agency---find it at your state's main web site. I suspect your 20 year mortgage became a longer one due to missed payments, etc. You would know something like this.
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Age discrimination

Humana #1706358
If you truly think you are being discriminated against due to age, then file a civil rights complaint against Humana with your state civil rights commission. They can be found on your state's main webpage. You may even be able to do it online---I know not and would, of course never dream of complaining about not getting some job. I don't feel offended that some employer doesn't hold as high opinion of me that I do. An employer hires or doesn't. Simple. Either you get the job or you don't. It's their company, after all. Not yours. I am sure that with your excellent qualifications you will find a very high-paying job somewhere.
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Popped bags only half full of product

Weaver Popcorn #1706356
You are over-reacting. All popcorn, whether in a microwave bag, your own popcorn popped in a plain paper lunchbag or in anything else is dependent upon many things, including the moisture in the home or container the popcorn is in; the age of the popcorn kernels; the wattage of the microwave if you use that method; and the oil---preferably coconut oil, of course for the real popped corn experience. To expect Pop Weaver to give you free bags because, all of a sudden some of their bags didn't pop well is expecting too much. You might look at the bags or on the box for the "good by" or "best by" date and see if it is getting close to the end date. If you like the taste of Pop Weaver then it it because of the oil(s) they use plus any artificial flavorings they use. I, personally don't like it but, if I have to eat microwave popcorn I will use Pop Secret Homestyle. I can eat that ok but most of the time I pop white, Japanese hull-less in my electric popper with coconut oil and then top it off with butter and sometimes some bacon grease. This is real popcorn, not some combination of odd oils and artificial ingredients and coloring. Try it.
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Very upset order not ready after ordering more than 40 minutes before pickup

Little Caesars #1706352
Oddy, enough I found some food websites offering free recipes on how to make pizza in one's own home. Apparently, this kind of food is made with bread dough or so-called pizza dough found in supermarkets and all you do is add whatever condiments you prefer and then bake it in the oven. Simple and costs much less than a pizza made in a retail fast food joint. This would avoid you having to wait in line for a pizza and thus further restraining any type of exercise you would get if you were to simply walk into the place. All in all, seems like a good bet. Check it out via a websearch but not with Goggle, of course.
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Worse than Chinese Ray Bans!

Eharmony #1706105
Not sure why anyone would go online to find someone to date or get to know but EHarmony matching you with someone from Africa wouldn't be a problem---excepting their age---as long as you knew the country she was from. That lady could very well be from Egypt, Botswana or who-knows-which country on the African continent. Perhaps you should get out more and meet new people.
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No discounts to veterans

Northern Tool And Equipment #1706104
You must realize that people who work in these places are not rocket scientists, nor do they have any real experience with the military or have any idea of what constitutes identifying someone having served in the military. They have a hard-enough time just waking up, getting to work on time and then pretending to do the work they are assigned to do most days. I don't think you will be missing anything by not buying from Northern Tool---their merchandise is certainly nothing to write home about. You can get reliable and quality tools elsewhere.
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Annoyed af

Netflix #1706101
I suspect your internet connection is at fault, eg., slow download speed or you have some program which blocks ads, etc. like Blur, or Ublock Origin enabled. The usual problem is not Netflix but at your end. You might want to have someone more experienced with computers help you or try accessing Netflix with another computer. If the same thing happens on your connection, then you can suspect your connection is at fault. One test is to access your Netflix account from a friends home with his internet and see if it loads properly, etc. If it does, then most assuredly it is your machine or connection speed that is at fault.
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The post office does not care!

Usps #1706097
Sounds like you actually know the mailman's name---Mark---which means you can and should complain to the USPS, but definitely not direct to them but through your congressman who can do so directly to the USPS which carries more weight than if you complain the the post office. In my experience, even if they actually answer the telephone complaining about a mailman does nothing as they file your complaint in the "circular file." If a congressman complains on your behalf they must answer him, not ignore him. Bad mailmen are a fact of life nowadays given the apparent lax standards required to be hired by the USPS. Thus, whenever possible it is best to have packages mailed by anyone other than the post office. Remember, the post office is still a government agency and it's workforce explains it's unreliability and/or shoddy work ethic.
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Walking Washer

Maytag #1705225
From your video, the problem is either the load of clothes or whatever you have in the washer causing an out of balance which will create a vibration or there indeed may be a mechanical problem such as the agitator being out of balance or incorrectly positioned in the machine causing the problem. A technician needs to inspect the agitator itself to see if it is correctly placed in the machine and if so, then witness the machine with a load of clothes. Tell Maytag you need a tech to come out and fix the thing. Someone answering a phone in who-knows-where cannot correctly diagnose this. Only a tech can, onsite.
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Fedex doesn't knock or ring the door bell

Fedex #1705223
These delivery guys are in a rush to deliver their packages and are not to be confused with rocket scientists. They probably never even noticed the sign you posted.
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False pretenses

You need to contact your congressional rep and file a complaint to see what he can do. These are the guys who thought up this boondoggle and can file what is called a "congressional" which is a constituent complaint about some federal agency problem, etc. Your situation is such that a much fuller explanation from Humana is needed.
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Customer Service is completely non-existent

Sears #1704729
Good luck on getting good service from Sears nowadays. Perhaps you have heard they have serious financial problems?
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SO-CALLED CUSTOMER SERVICE IS NON-EXSISTANT

Amazon #1704727
Amazon.com is not a ripoff, but their customer service leaves alot to be desired and their "guarantee" delivery dates are unreliable, due apparently to their ever-more frequent use of the USPS to deliver packages. Their website can be confusing when you have a problem and it would appear they make it so in order to make you think twice about complaining and just accept the product(s) you have a problem with. It is always best to check out other online merchants when deciding to purchase something and compare prices, delivery methods, etc. and then chose the best deal---always keeping in mind the fact that Amazon has a problem with promised delivery dates.
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Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries don't last more than a year or two

Energizer #1703891
Why not change to rechargeable lithium batteries? I bought a package of four of those things a few years ago and happen to have a charger that charges most batteries, including lithium----important to note that your charger will tell you which type of batteries it charges. Using the four lithium batteries has been a cost-savings to me. You can find these in some stores and, most likely online as well as a charger for them. Seems like using rechargeables is your best bet, given the amount of batteries you run through each month. Look into this option.
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NO MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY SERVICE

Best Buy #1703889
Interesting to know about Best Buy but my purchases from them have declined so much over the past 20 or so years that it matters not. You make a good point about buying appliances or anything from a seller who provides good customer service. One of the questions to ask before buying is "what happens if this thing breaks under the manufacturer's warranty period." I don't buy any "extended warranties" as they really are not worth it and the bottom line is that the manufacturer covers the repairs while under warranty. Plus, most things break within most warranty periods anyway.
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I truly feel that I was over charged and was not even given a receipt

Taco Bell #1703883
The "dirty little secret" in fast food joints especially is that it is very easy to over-charge with the customer being none the wiser. Most customers cannot calculate the total cost of their order if it contains more than two items and most customers never keep, much less actually read and verify the receipt they get. This scam puts money in somebody's pocket and can generate extra income for the business or an individual employee. In your case, not even receiving a receipt is cause for deep suspicion. You need to do two things: stop eating the kind of food sold at Taco Bell and find a new fast food restaurant whatever you choose to eat.
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Upstairs AC out over a year

American Home Shield #1703409
I hope anyone considering going with American Home Shield reads your missive---it describes perfectly the kind of "service" AHS provides. Homeowners like to think that when something breaks they just have to pick up the phone, call AHS and all will be right with the problem lickity-split. That's not the case and your situation sums it up very well. People would be much better off by not contracting with these home warranty companies and just saving the monthly premiums to pay for a plumber, electrician, etc. on their own. In your case, I suspect that your A/C would now be up and running had you called a local plumbing& heating company in your area to fix it. AHS, etal. apparently do not hire the best and the brightest repair people to fix things in your home but an independent, say pluming company in your area will usually be much more competent and reliable, etc. Bottom line: don't waste your money on these home warranty things.
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MTD customer service is covering up distribution problems by just hanging up on people.

Mtd Products #1702838
Send the replacement back to Amazon as you did the original and request a refund from Amazon. Remington customer service has no control over the batteries being DOA---that's a quality-control or manufacturing problem. Get the refund and buy a different brand. At least Amazon is usually pretty good about this.
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Glass broken during install

Larson Doors #1702837
I always remove any glass panels from the door I am about to install as it reduces the weight of the door and makes it easier to properly line up for the hinges, etc. I suspect the panel that fell out did so because it wasn't secured correctly into the frame at the factory. Good luck calling Larson as they will, indeed blame your negligence for what happened.
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FDA and Health regs that Walmart ignores

Walmart #1702836
Interesting that you have seen this happen at a Walmart---who knew? You might try calling the county health dept. to see what they say about something like this. I don't know who regulates this stuff, but it would be interesting to find out and complain. Perhaps, if you could take a photo with your cell phone camera the next time you encounter this it would carry more weight. Bottom line: some people with pets are not rocket scientists.
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Ignoring a fuel technical issue

Shell #1702832
Your state has an agency that monitors and inspects gas stations to ensure the accuracy of the pumps, etc. Go to your state's main website and find the agency that handles this---perhaps "weights and measures" or something like that, or if you can't find it, call your local state rep and ask him to find out what agency regulates gas stations and to give you their number to call. Once you get the correct agency, call them and file a complaint against this station and ask them to check out the situation you encountered. They can make an unannounced inspection visit to the station to determine the validity of your complaint.
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I was a employee at wing house and I would like to file a complaint about about your manager josh

Wing House #1702828
Conflicts in the workplace are not new and really, we have no real idea of what you are saying as we have no experience working for Wing House. Bottom line, tho is that the employer can fire you as he owns the joint and you are but an employee subject to his whim. Get another job and move on.
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Horrible

Walgreens #1702826
That's a real problem, getting fired so close to retirement but as you have an attorney, follow his advice. There are appeals and such he can file for, perhaps an "unjust" termination, etc. If you have a good attorney, Walgreen's may consider just letting you retire when you hit 65 with whatever benefits you will get. The cost to Walgreen's is a factor in whether or not they would want to settle this out of court as is the infraction(s) you were fired for. Good luck, but I suspect there is much more to this than you are letting on.
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Animals allowed in Costco

Costco #1702540
Bringing animals into stores, restaurants and such is the new thing. If the guy holding the dog's leash is blind then not a problem. However, now people have what they call "support" animals and want to bring them everywhere. This is catering to those in society who are taking advantage of the laws the dufus legislators enact. Costco, and other businesses are afraid of violating some law in refusing to allow these animals into their stores, of course but that doesn't mean you have to shop at these stores.
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Delivery Not Made

Amazon #1702160
Wait the three days and if still not delivered, try contacting Amazon again. If no help or they claim it has been delivered, file a dispute with your credit card issuer---you did use a credit and not a debit card, I hope. It is not your responsibility to verify delivery---it is the senders. They sent it and guaranteed delivery. And, if your dispute is denied, pay off the card except for this charge and don't pay for something you don't owe. Amazon is notorious for using unreliable shippers, usually the USPS but people keep trusting them---go figure.
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Botched Extraction

Aspen Dental #1702157
Sound advice from the numerous complaints about Aspen I have seen. Always best to go to a local dentist in private practice rather then a dental mill like Aspen.
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Laptop out of warranty when sold and delivered

Walmart #1701605
Apparently, Walmart has a problem with this type of stuff---vendors sell something at the Walmart website and when/if anything goes bad, Walmart refuses to help. Probably best to not buy anything from Walmart.com and, if you must buy online, go to Amazon.com which appears to be more helpful when problems arise with vendors. Amazon asserts more discipline with outside sellers whereas Walmart seemingly doesn't care. They are still counting on the name Walmart and if they lose a few customers, it matters not. Others will still come to be fleeced.
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Bed bugs, Bit approximately 200 times,

Motel 6 #1701600
Contact the county health department for that county and complain and suggest that motel has a real health problem. Also, you might wish to dispute the charge with your credit card company---you did use a credit and not a debit card, didn't you?
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Hiding phone number

Sirius Xm Radio #1701598
Sirius XM is definitely not known for good customer service and they make it difficult to cancel their service by requiring you to call them on the phone instead of cancelling online at their website. And, they really want you to use your credit or debit card when subscribing as they trick you into automatic renewal and if you request to pay by invoice and check, they impose an "invoice fee." All in all, not nice. As for the non-working radio there must be a number to call listed in the information brochures or letter you got when you first subscribed. Look in the folder you made at the time labelled "Sirius XM" and where you keep all info and such about this----like you do with any and all recurring services, bills, etc. so you have the info available easily. Gotta be organized!
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Lacking in quality and existence of replacement parts

John Deere #1701594
What model of JD did you buy and where did you buy it? From a dealer or a big box store like Lowe's? If you had purchased it from a dealer and also the sunscreen he would have made good on what they sell. As for the quality of the tractor, yes they have been "cheapening" them for years now but the brand John Deere is still the best in the business and, if you buy direct from a dealer you will get satisfaction when anything goes wrong with it. You might try wearing a wide-brimmed hat like a "boonie hat" along with long sleeve shirts instead of putting a sun screen attachment on a nice-looking John Deere lawn tractor.
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Painful mouth ulcers

Sensodyne #1701588
Many of the newer toothpaste products have ingredients that can bother some users. These products claim to protect and/or repair the tooth enamel, etc. Whenever you use a new product you need to immediately stop use if you even suspect it is causing a problem. Now you know not to buy that version of Sensodyne. The active ingredient in these sensitive toothpastes is potassium nitrate usually around 5% concentrate. Many cheaper brands contain this and are store brands, etc. and labeled for sensitive teeth. At this point, you might want to buy a tube of something like Tom's of Maine without fluoride and use while your mouth heals. That brand has many flavors and some come with fluoride, so pay attention to the box before you buy one. I say to get one without fluoride as you do not want any possibility of further inflammation
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Terrible customer service

Lenovo #1701584
Customer service at most tech companies is abysmal nowadays. Will keep this in mind about Lenovo for the future.
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Spoiled "supposed to be fresh, sweet corn"

Kroger #1701583
A couple of observations and hints: 1. when a retail store has but one lane open with a long line of people with full carts and the self-serve registers full you need to push your cart off to the side and walk out. They will eventually find the cart and put the stuff back on the shelves---unless the ice cream and frozen stuff has defrosted. If so, that's their penance for not having enough lanes open. 2. a helpful hint on buying most anything is to read the label or packaging to determine if the product is not approaching or has passed the "best by" or "expiration date" listed somewhere. Remember, the guys that stock the shelves always are told to put the soon to be outdated stuff in front. You need to look in the back or on the bottom of the shelves for the newer stuff. Your complaint about the lack of lanes at Kroger is spot-on, however and seems to be a trend with other stores as well---Meijer stores in my area.
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$250 pet fee for filthy room.

Sleep Inn Hotels #1701582
Sounds like you are trying to blame management at the motel because they got wind of you having a pet or pets in a non-pet room and charged you for your deceit. The fact that your defense is that you walked past the front desk with the mutt and that they should have noticed, is silly and but an excuse. You got caught and claims about the dirty room, etc. has nothing to do with your complaint about the pet cleaning charge. Next time, book a pet-friendly room. Pay up!
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The real way CVS treats their employees

CVS Pharmacy #1701580
It sounds like you were considered a "trouble-maker" for your efforts to report fellow employees for what you considered to be workplace transgressions and were treated by them as a weasel. Probably best you left that employment and, hopefully found work elsewhere.
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Charged way too much for service

Sears #1701577
The serviceman must have given you an invoice or statement outlining the charges. That was your opportunity to verify the charges and question any suspicious ones. You might wish to look at it and see how the separate charges add up.
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Status of claim

You can contact one of the many attorneys advertising on local TV stations but be careful and make sure you don't give them any money up front to represent you with SSA. You might also try this: contact your local congressman who can file what's called a "congressional" with SSA asking for more info and help on your particular case. Federal agencies treat these congressional inquiries seriously and you might get some answers, etc. thru the congressman's help. I would try this option before anything else.
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Owner has double standard

Planet Fitness #1701025
Well, I hate to break it to you, but the guy is the owner and can set the rules and make exceptions as he wishes. The solution, of course is for you to find another place to exercise. It is what it is.
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Automatic Claim Denial over the phone !

Allstate #1701022
I hate to tell you, but it sure does sound like it has been "an on-going" problem---at least from Allstate's side of it. I expect, if you read your policy carefully you will see something in there explaining what they do and don't cover and an explanation of what constitutes an on-going problem. You might ask your Allstate agent or adjuster to show you, in writing where this exception is in the policy. Whatever you do, get it fixed and find a different insurance company asap.
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Razor Blades

Walmart #1701018
Well, firstly I question your use of anything Gillette nowadays, but as for Walmart they indeed do have theft problems in certain areas, including toiletries like razor blades. Since blades are now so expensive---ridiculously-so---people tend to "lift" them if they can. Stores that lock-up products in order to alleviate "shrinkage" need to have readily available personnel to unlock the display when needed. Sadly, Walmart is Walmart and what do you expect? Good service? Best to shop elsewhere if you wish to be treated like an honest adult.
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Your product is worthless

Black and Decker #1701013
I checked the reviews on your machine at Amazon.com and some 23% of respondents are totally unsatisfied with it. Of course, some 42% give it a five star rating. I own two of the 20v string trimmers from B&D and they tend to last 2-3 years for me and then just fail to work for some reason or other. I have had good luck with the 20v lithium batteries, but even then, you get one whose life seems to be rather short and then refuse to fully charge or not charge at all. I also have a couple of the 20v blowers of theirs which do the job for me in the garage and pole barn. That being said, B&D products nowadays are cheaply-made and they either work well for a time or they start failing soon after purchase. As for your battery, those things can go bad quickly or soon after purchase. Seems like a quality control problem at the place of manufacture. B&D, I am sure doesn't make them but buys from a supplier who gets them from who-knows-where with unknown quality control. The main reason people buy B&D products is that they tend to be cheaper to buy than others---perhaps for a good reason, ie., cheaply-made and sooner, rather than later to break on you. I suspect B&D makes much more profit selling you a battery than they do selling you just the machine.
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The magazine for my rifle I just bought fails to cycle rounds into the chamber

Savage Arms #1700981
Have you contacted Savage Arms? They have a website with ways to contact them about your problem. First, tho make sure it's that particular magazine. Obtain another mag from a friend, gun store, etc. and see if it works properly. That way you will know the magazine that came with the rifle is bad.
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(414)246-8340 scam, harassing, con artist,rude

National Health Enrollment is a scam, of course and with many complaints about their robo-calling with rude employees, etc. Your best option is to turn off your phone or find out if and how you can block calls from the numbers they call you from, although they use many of them. Bottom line: remember, you or someone from your family initiated this nonsense when you called for info on health plans and made the mistake of giving your real name, address and phone number along with much personal info in order to find info on a potential health plan. In the future, never, ever start getting info or quotes using your real name or phone number. You can use a false name and phone, etc. to start off and with real ages, etc.----never anything specifically identifying you in order to get info or a quote. Then, close out your browser, dump your cache of cookies, history and other trackers and go back in using your real info if you like a plan and want to sign up. Using a "nom de plume" initially saves you from much scam calls if you end up not signing up.
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35 foot tape

Kobalt #1700323
Go to "kobalttools.com" and scroll down to the near bottom of the page for the contact info. On their website they list their warranty periods, etc. and, according to that the warranty is "satisfaction guaranteed" which apparently has no time period and if you are not satisfied, they will do something for you. Don't know what, but contact them and explain the problem with your tape measure. It's been a few years, but in the one time I had a problem with a tool, they sent a replacement poste-haste.
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Does anybody pay full price?

Kohls #1698948
Ah! I see you recognized the scam Kohl's has been playing. Their clothes are over-priced and the weekly coupons will sometimes bring the prices down to a reasonable level but if you go into a Kohl's and pay the sticker price you are foolish. Actually, even with a coupon or a discount, the prices are very high. Best to shop at stores when they have clearances, especially at end of seasons like Walmart, etc. Face it, most clothes now come from some foreign land regardless of the brand.
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6 dollars a pack and only get about 17 out of 20 do to them breaking in the pack

Marlboro #1698945
You can thank the "do-gooders" for the price you now pay for cigarettes. However, they will tell you they know, and not you what is good for you. In any event, I suggest you do as many others do now and that is to buy the loose cigarette tobacco and some papers and a rolling machine to roll your own. Cheaper by far than buying them in a store. You will have to try different flavors, etc. of loose tobacco but soon you will find one you like as well as the Marlboros.
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Poorly manufactured gazebo/canopy

Backyard Creations #1698944
You probably should have just taken the thing apart and returned it to Menard's in a pile rather than waiting for something you may never get or will take who-knows-how-long to get to you. Apparently, Backyard Creations has a problem somewhere down the line at the factory.
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Please pull forward

Mcdonalds #1698942
The best thing is to always go into the store and not the drive-thru. That way, you can inspect the contents of your bag to verify the correctness of the order. Go to the McDonald's main website and submit a complaint about this location.
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