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Kristen Hyslope
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Lives in America's Rosey Palm.
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you should try these pillows. you'll wait 2 months and probably be a bit agitated at the delivery time, but holy shit so worth it. 
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Let me know if you need a code... I can still get LivingSocial deal codes through the manufacturer. Also they will be up again soon, but LivingSLOWcial... you get the point.
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If you are going to buy off Roozt, please support my cause - Animal Rights. If you don't see something you want, please let me know before you purchase and I can add it to my movement. #beinspired  http://www.roozt.com/movement_detail.php?movement_id=1093&utm_source=link&utm_medium=movement&cohortid=0513&refid=KHcH3eTu
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I vote for a new tv show w/ co-hosts charlie leduff and anthony bourdain. this episode of parts unknown is craycray.
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    Project Manager, 2003 - present
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I only like great music. And dogs. 
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  • University of Detroit Mercy - School of Law (why yes, I did drop out..)
    Liberal Arts and Global Studies, 2002 - present
  • University of Detroit Mercy, School of Law
    Law, 2009 - 2011
  • Mott Community College
    Liberal Arts, 2001 - 2002
  • Baker College
    Business Administration, 2006 - 2009
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1.) NO ONE and I do mean absolutely NO ONE at any transactional station is trained. I tried to use the paper meijer credit card they give you to use before they send your real one, and the cashier couldn't figure out how to ring it out. 2.) Besides not being trained, just cross your fingers and hope you don't get in line behind someone the cashier knows or you will wait for a while... 3.) The pharmacy couldn't figure out my insurance. I have HAP HMO - not the most obscure insurance ever... not to mention they had rushed me out the night before without telling me there were insurance issues Conclusion: Facepalm x infinity.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Per my 2011 experience which google mysteriously deleted: I bought a groupon for Troy Laser Center last year, and I've been holding off writing a review until my treatment was completed because I didn't want to write a preemptive review, as I know laser hair removal can take some time to work. I have very fair skin and very dark hair, which theoretically makes me an ideal candidate for laser hair removal, and I was having a lot of problems with ingrown hairs and infected poors by waxing and shaving. I bought 2 groupons, and used for my facial hair and my bikini line. Yes, I used a Groupon. Yes, the quality of service provided was probably affected as a result (if not, normal customers have my sympathies). Onto the review. Upon attempting to make my appointment, I waited a few weeks for a call back. Fine, I understand, Groupons can overload businesses. My first appointment was in August of last year. First, this place is located in an urgent care facility, which in and of itself is not problematic. However, the front office staff does not really interact with the laser patients, which I found to be odd. From my experience, the office support in these types of situations supports all professionals working in the office, not just specific doctors and so forth. When I met the tech, she seemed to be rushed and abrasive (or dare I say CRANKY?). This seemed to be habitual throughout the 4 sessions that I was able to use (more on that later). You need to be just on time, or you WILL hear about it from the tech, even if you call ahead of time to let them know you are stuck in traffic or in a bad situation. To much time around the cold laser has transferred her attitude, I guess. The one good thing about the tech is that she is fast, however, she takes almost no consideration of your comfort level before/during/after the treatment. To add insult to injury, after 4 sessions, I've only seen maybe a 50% reduction in my hair. It is growing slower, which is nice, but I personally don't think her follow up to previous treatments is adequate to adjust the laser to a level that drives results. What really ticks me off is the response time. On April 28th, I left a message in the AM because I thought I had an appointment. Unfortunately, I had damaged my phone the week prior and anything that wasn't synced to my iCal was lost. I left a cordial message requesting an appointment reminder (because no one will ever actually answer the phone if you call so you have to leave a message). No one has called me back to date. I understand that if I forget an appointment I lose it. I'm cool with that, but to forfeit my last remaining appointment as well because they don't want to call me back is, well, just plain bad business. On the other hand, it doesn't look like they want my business anyways, so the feeling must be mutual. Going forward, I will wait for another groupon from a more reputable business to continue my treatment.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Dr. Guerrero is a good physician, professional. However, I can't say the same about his office staff. I don't know what happened, but after last may the quality of the office staff significantly deteriorated. Now whenever I call to make an appointment it is a usually a 2-3 *day* delay before anyone calls me back, if they even bother to call me back at all. I received a call this morning from someone who was following up from a call I made 1 month ago.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I bought a Vizio after a friend with limitless financial means went with one, implying that they were pretty good. Today, I found out how worthless their customer support actually is. I started an online chat in an attempt to troubleshoot an issue with my TV where the screen turns on with sound but does not have a picture. The rep I chatted with "Gabby" had me turn the TV off and disconnect from power supply. Then she had me hold in the power button for 30 seconds and reconnect to a different supply. When this didn't work, she told me I had to have a service repair person come out to repair it. If you've ever had a TV repaired, you know it's easier just to buy a new TV. When I drop $800 on a TV, I expect it to work for more than 2.5 years. Also, I asked if she could tell me what the issue is and she just kept telling me I had to get a repair man even though this issue has to be logged somewhere in a knowledge base... and if it's not, that's not a good business practice. She had me try one solution and couldn't even tell me what the issue was or even volunteered to ask around to see if anyone in her office knew, etc or could be even though I was very specific about my problem. Then she had the balls to ask me if I wanted to buy a re-certified version of the same model I'm having trouble with. Are you effing serious? Yeah, I want to buy the same TV that is having problems after 2.5 years. The service I received today or lack thereof will prevent me from EVER buying Vizio again at least unless they rectify the matter and prove the rep was just a bad apple. Absolutely terrible. I'm extremely frustrated and I expected much more from this company. Seems like I've received better customer service from outsourced call centers. At least the reps TRY to help.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
My old psychiatrist never has appointments available when I need to see him because I work full time during the day and go to school at night and he is on the other side of town, so I spun the wheel of places with longer hours that are close to my work and accept my insurance and I landed here. I called and made an appointment easily enough, and they had my intake exam set up a week out. I was impressed with what should have been a red flag. I chose this place because they are open until 9pm, so I assumed that they would be sympathetic to people with hectic schedules. I could not have been more wrong. When I walked in, the entire front office staff looked like they came to work from a Quiet Riot concert - jeans, tshirts, and 80s hair! The waiting room was messy at best. I was assigned Toby Hazan as my doctor. I had a "freak" seizure in June on the way back from a trip to Barcelona, and I disclosed this on my forms. All Hazan wanted to talk about the entire time I was there (which was an hour and a half as opposed to the 45 min - 1hr I was told on the phone) was that seizures can be a side effect of the medications I'm on. I'm not going to expand on the details of our conversation, but he basically called my neurologist, my primary care physician, and the neurologist at the ER idiots. Also, his office was DIRTY. I'm no clean freak, but seriously, that was just gross. I was almost scared to sit down. Nevermind the fact that he didn't have a computer, and kept on playing with his phone to "look up" the side effects of drugs during our visit rarely making eye contact. He continuously insulted my intelligence and devalued my time. It got to the point, about an hour and 20 minutes in where I asked him if he was going to recommend a good solution for my ADD and sleeping problems, or if he was just going to continue to rake me over the coals for taking medicine that was prescribed by another doctor for a diagnosed condition. I eventually told him if he didn't suggest a solution, other than my current medication, that I hadn't tried before I would walk out. Yes, that's right, I had to threaten this therapist into helping me. I'd have thought he'd be more sensitive since he supposedly deals with people with mental and emotional problems all day, but that was the wrong assumption to make. So 10 minutes after I made the ultimatum, he handed me 2 prescriptions, and then told me that I was to blame for making him late for his next appointment. Since my visit last week, I accidentally washed one of them, so I called the clinic to request that he call it in. Instead, I get a call from him telling me that I have to come by the office and sign more releases for him to get my medical records. Mind you, this is after I had already signed releases for my neurologist and primary care physician DURING the intake, not even beforel! I mean, really? He didn't think of that before he gave me the prescriptions the first time? He would ask for one release... and then talk condescendingly to me about how the seizure occurred, attempting to trip me up on my story, then ask for the next release. Why would I lie if I already told him I had a seizure? I wouldn't. I wanted help, and received brash judgment instead. Needless to say, I will NOT be going back to this place and would discourage others from doing so as well.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
A pair of movie tickets - $20 Parking - free Clean, comfortable seating - almost free The expression on my face when the cashier told me it would be $28 and some change for 2 personal pan pizzas, 2 sodas and a pack of twizzlers - priceless. Some things money can't buy. But you won't be able to buy anything with any money after visiting this theatre because you won't have any left. Icing on the cake - we went to see the Spirit, which has only been out a week and they put us in some crappy little theatre that only seats 50 people and has a screen smaller than my friend's TV. In short, EFF THIS PLACE! Go to E-Magine in Canton. It is much more reasonable for tickets and has better food. The next time I go to AMC (if I ever go again), I will be bringing my big purse packed with goodies. Sorry dudez.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago