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Sonic, 1465 jamboree Drive, Colorado Springs, CO, 80909
I ordered a large and got a medium
Taco Bell, 1507 South Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO, 80906
McDonald’s, 324 E Fillmore St, Colorado Springs Colorado, CO, 80907
Had a salad it’s was except for brown lettuce
Michael Nunez, Colorado Springs, CO, CO
The information he provided to me gave me a lot of confidence and wellbeing. His humor lightened the environment and situation and helped me gain confidence for success.
Ralph Parin, 1803 B Street, Colorado springs, CO
After almost 70 years of my feer of dentists , I can say I have meet a Doctor and staff I no longer feel. He and his staff were great and treated me the I wanted to be treated. I found my Dentist. Thanks guys.
Kanaby, Liberty High School, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, 80924
Steve Deleon, Colorado Springs Sky Sox, Colorado Springs, CO
Taco bell, 2975 W 51 Ave, Denver, CO, 80221
Fast friendly service. Wait time was minimal when using the drive thru.
Sonic, 1008 w. Church, Livingston, TX, 77351
Sonic app is not user friendly and when it's not functioning right, the drive in won't honor your order or give the half price offered by the app. I've deleted the app from my phone and will never eat at a sonic again! It's apparent why sonic has such a poor customer service rating on their complaint web! They wouldn't satisfy my complaint either! SONIC ***S!!!!
Sonic drive-in, Sonic drive-in, North Platte, NE, 69101
They are always so polite and nice and make you feel welcome.
Taco bell, 525 ne Coronado drive, Blue Springs, MO, 64014
I did not receive all the items on my order.
Colorado Complete Health For Women, Dr. Kimberly Larson-Olhsen, Aurora, CO
Dr. Larson-Olhsen is not attentive. She is rude, rushed and not what you would expect in a doctors office. Rose Linger, office manager and entire staff are rude. They say, it stems from the top. A very bad experience
Colorado Complete Health For Women, Vanessa Gilliland, Aurora, CO
Dr. Gilliland is very rushed, does not listen, does not take time to communicate. The office staff are surly. Including the office manager, Rose Linger. Very awful experience. Never go back.
McDonald's, NEQ 288 and. Colorado, Denton, TX, 76137
My order was wrong. I ordered an egg white delight meal with a caramel macchiato. I received no hash brown and a black coffee. No cream, no sugar cause it was not the correct drink at all.
Doris Hamawy, Coral Springs, FL, 33065
The nurse practitioner Erica, started off by telling me she would not be there much longer. I went for two issues, a post op which she didn't bother to check and fmla papers which I was advised that the doctor would determine if she could when I made the appt. Just to be told by the nurse practitioner that the doctor does not "generally" complete these forms. Why are we speaking in generalities? I am referring to a speciic issue. Which one is it? If I had been told the doctor generally did not do these and that the nurse practitioner would be leaving and wouldn't bother checking my incisions then I would not have made an appt. She couldn't fill out my forms "generally" but she could prescribed me sleeping medication specifically because medication is what I apparently need, not time. But co pay is always collected promptly. What a joke. I must say the office staff has also changed since I began. What used to be a lovely experience can now be likened to getting a tooth extracted. During another visit, I was charged for a visit I canceled and was advised the day of the occurrence that i would be given a credit only to be spoken to rather nastily by someone else on the day of my actual visit advising me I had a co pay. I advised that I spoke with someone else and they said they would notate the chart. To which the response was "well she is not here". And then the person proceeded to stand there as if this would make a differencence to me. What made it worse is that no one was getting my chart ready as if I would not be seen for a pre-op appt I must add. After some time, the nurse finally told me to have a seat (and I am assuming decided to do her job) at which point she comes out the door and tells me what I already knew. During this exchange I am preparing myself to present the charge showing on my statement when i noticed I was charged slightly more (I will admit it was not much) but it was more than my co-pay). When I inquired about it, I was told that the girl who input my card information (even though my appt was canceled) saw I had a small balance and tried to call me but could not reach me (that's funny because I have updated my number and had several telahealth appts on my current number). Instead of waiting to see me (which I was an active patient) and advising me of the additional balance they took it when taking the copay they should not have. I advised that this is never to be done without my consent again, I don't care about the amount. (Can someone also tell me how the front desk person did not know i paid but was able to tell me the scenario for which my card was charged and also able to tell me why the additional charge occurred?) Yeah right. My experiences prior to these recent experiences were always very good and my interactions with prior nurse practitioners and staff (who are all no longer there) had been great. My interactions with Dr. Hamawy have always been wonderful, however she needs to become aware that the people she hires represent her and currently they are doing a very poor job.
Lied About Resume, Peninsula Drive Rowlett, Tx 75089
Gabriella Draney Zielke, co-founder and CEO of Tech WildCatters, let go chief operating officer Robert Brevelle, because he lied about his resume. He couldn’t do the things he said he could do; our investors didn’t trust him because of side deals he wanted. He wasn’t a team player he also destroyed our work environment.
Dustin & Ronnie, Pelican Pointe Car Wash, LaPlace, Metairie, LA, 70068
I sincerely thought I would be giving this company a rating if “5” after I worked for them since 2014 up until 2021. Sadly, after 7 devoted years of working my way up from being a walk in hired manager who co-managed with multiple other managers at different locations to being given my own wash that I ran for over 2 years without any major problems up until the pandemic started. For some reason we (a car wash) was labeled as “essential”. This did ensure my employment during a very hard time while others were finding themselves unemployed however, my household faced a problem which caused me GREAT emotional, physical and mental hardships - when Covid broke out, my (at the time) 9 year old stepsons doctor contacted my wife and informed her that she would need to lockdown our home to ensure that he didn’t come in contact with this virus due to the fact that he had a low immune disorder and when people did have to enter her home she needed to take all precautions possible. And there I was, having to accept the fact that my working to ensure my families home and financial well-being and being blessed to be able to continue to do so however I found in doing so and returning to our home each day put my stepsons LIFE at risk. I didn’t realize that this internal war I was having within my head was reflecting in my work. Rather than calling me in, sitting me down and talking to me, asking what’s going on, my higher-ups chose to use my few mistakes- and YES, there were literally 2-3 mistakes I made right before my boss who I answer to came to the wash I ran and literally took my shop from me, no questions asked about my mistakes. He stripped me of my head manager title and relocated me to a wash that was approx a 45 min to an hour drive away from my home and my family which was literally smack in the middle of a “high rating Covid zone”. I took this demotion as I was not going to flat out quit due to knowing that finding another job during this time would be near impossible. For about 3-4 months I went out there to work. Within the first week I realized they had canceled my company gas card which I seriously needed in order to continue to have reliable transportation to the newly demoted position. The “head manager” of the location treated me like I was new and this was literally after 7 years of devotion to this company. One day I was late, I called on my way in while stuck in traffic on interstate letting them know I would be there as soon as possible but I was at a stand still sue to a wreck ahead of me. That day nothing was said to me about anything however the next morning when I arrived at work on time, I was called into the head managers office and I was FIRED on the spot! I LITERALLY WAS NEVER THANKED FOR ALL THE TIMES I WAS THE REASON WHY THIS MAN RONNIES BUSINESS LOCATIONS WEREN’T CLOSED DUE TO BROKEN PARTS OF THE WASH - I was way more than just a manager - I WAS THE CAR WASH MECHANIC & THE AUYOMOTIVE MECHANIC bc when the wash damaged a customers vehicle, I was the person who fixed it- not a shop ( unless it was needing to be painted). Needless to say, THE PELICAN POINTE CAR WASH located in SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA AREA TREATED ME LIKE TRASH AFTER I FULLY DEVOTED MY LIVE BESIDES MY HOME LIFE TO WORKING FOR THEM - I even had planned to retire from that company bc I did enjoy my time employed there ... even without praise, thanks or acknowledgement... even after doing good things which benefited the company they chose to degrade anything they chose to rather than admit that on MANY different occasions, I was the ONLY one who was worth a damn. I have RECEIPTS for everything I’ve stated- EMPLOYEE WITNESSES as well as PERSONAL WITNESSES of the way I was treated... As the owner celebrates 10 years of 2 *** shows working got him, he could care less about everything I did - I admitted then AND am saying it now - I WAS MARRIED TO MY JOB... got treated like absolute *** and I honestly REGRET every penny I saved that USING SORRY EXCUSE FOR AN “EMPLOYER”! And YES, I AM in contact with lawyers to discuss possible legal ill-will they caused me due to their treatment of me and their refusal to concern themselves with my well-being during a literal pandemic... DISGUSTING AND UNFORGIVABLE!
Janet Ward, CO-OP Financial Services, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Janet came to our company and department with the idea that we were all inept and that we needed to be trained on introductory project management. Yes, I agree that we needed more process and sophisticated tooling in place, but she completely disregarded the fact that we are professionals all coming from different backgrounds. We actually harnessed a lot of expertise in this area, but she didn't explore that. She offended the group by spending almost the entire area meeting giving us "lessons" on agile development, project management, and Microsoft Project. We were all frustrated with her lack of consideration for the group. She also dictated a group project that is usually decided as a group effort. The project revolves around setting up folders on a network drive for project documentation, which completely ignores any type of well thought content strategy. She is bossy and seems to only care about what the executives think about her. If she is ever your manager at CO-OP or any other company, I would run as fast I could. She doesn't care what you know - it's all about her.
Tupelo Honey, 1025 highland Vista ave, Castle Rock, CO, 80109
ain't no restaurant at this address
Burger King, 8097, Aurora, CO, 80015
Wonderful service. The food was good
Tupelo Honey, 1025 highland Vista ave, Castle Rock, CO, 80109
Dairy Queen, 642 Glover Rd, Sterling, CO, 80751
McDonalds, 1853 Highway 7, Erie, CO, 80516
Although the store was clean and the server was quite helpful, the "quarter pounder" was the size of one of your cheeseburgers. I can't believe what you're doing to increase profits. I WILL NOT go to a McDonalds again.