kevinle225
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Member since 9/20/2011
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Wodecki, Tadeusz Kazimierz MD

Posted on: 3/26/2014

Bad experience.

Go somewhere else. I scheduled an annual exam and when I got there for my appointment, the front desk lady ignored me for 5 mins even though there wasn't anyone else there. When she finally acknowledged my existence, she acted as if I was wasting her time. I lose even more confidence in the facility when she starts asking me what I need done for my exam, such as blood work, etc. I told her I didn't know and I assume everything a regular exam entails. When I give her my insurance card form Blue Cross, she has a mini fit because it's a POS and she has to call them to see if I'm in their network. I tell her I've already checked on Blue Cross's website, but she ignores me. She goes on about POS service, and some other things, but by then I was ready to leave. I'm not sure about the doctor, but I would avoid this place based on the customer service.

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Unprofessional service technician

My wooden garage doors weren't opening and closing smoothly so I called AmeriServ requesting a tune up. The technician (Jeremy) wasn't professional. He had this arrogant attitude as if I was wasting his time having him come out. Instead of telling me what was wrong with my doors, he tries to get me to buy two new metal doors for $1000. He says he's giving me a $250 discount, and when I tell him I'll have to think about it and how long would this offer last, he says the company doesn't usually write estimates, so I would have to decide right now. He also tells me it cost AmeriServ $150 just to have him come look at my doors. I eventually turn down the sale, and ask what other options I have. He eventually says he can grease the doors for $89 dollars and that'll solve my problem. I thought he was going to actually make adjustments, tighten bolts, etc, but all he does is pull out a spray can of Zep lubricant and sprays all the rollers and tracks. The doors roll perfectly. Problem solved. I'm upset that I almost got tricked into spending $1000 on doors I didn't need, when he knew perfectly well that all my doors needed was a little lubricant. I'm really upset that I spent $89 for him to spend 2 mins lubricating my doors. A can of Zep at an automotive store cost around $10-$15. Maybe I got a bad technician. Either way, Jeremy represents AmeriServ, and he did a poor job representing them. I would not do business with them again.

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Pillar to Post Home Inspection

Posted on: 5/4/2012

Failed!

Inspector missed obvious problems with AC condenser and AC coil, and now I'm spending over $3000 getting my AC replaced. The HVAC guy pointed out noticeable leaks around the coil and outside condenser that the inspector should have caught. Waste of $325!

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Men's Wearhouse

Posted on: 9/20/2011

High price for poor service.

Got 3 tuxes for my wedding here. 1 for me and 2 for my grooms men. One of the tuxes was measured incorrectly and the jacket sleeves for one of my grooms men was 6in too short! We didn't notice until an hour before the wedding. When I returned the tuxes, I let the sales person know what had happened, and his response was, "You should have had him try it on here when you picked it up." Well, if that was possible I would have, but my grooms men were both working. I paid almost $600 for all three tuxes. I went to the Men's Wearhouse because they're suppose to be professional. They should have gotten it right the first time, and since it wasn't right, they should have tried to make it right or at least apologized. Instead, the blame was placed on me, and I was blown off.

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