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Bo Chulawan
Works at University of Florida Dept. of Housing
Attends University of Florida College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Lives in Gainesville, FL
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  • University of Florida College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    2008 - present
  • Dr. Phillips High School
    2004 - 2008
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  • University of Florida Dept. of Housing
    Desk Assistant, 2009 - present
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THIS HAS BEEN UPDATED FOR 2015, PLEASE READ ALL THE WAY DOWN! An average dealership for the most part. My family and I went in looking for a 2010 Sonata GLS (after seeing all the incentives out there as the 2011s come in) and saw that they had 14 in stock online. Turns out their Internet Sales Dept. and IT folks had been shut down as they upgraded their computers so...there was only one left in stock and they were desperate to get rid of it. However...it was clear to see why it had been left for so long (since August of 09 actually), the dealership added chrome rims and were charging an extra $2000 or so for it and they refused to switch them back to stock. So as you can see...this is indeed another dealership that loves to tack add-ons you might not want and charge out the rear for it. The reason why I'm giving 4 stars for an answer is because for the most part we got a fair price on the car since they basically gave us the appearance pkg and rims for free (as much research as I could do for a first time shopper...the cost of those rims threw me off on my mental calculations when we were haggling for a price), the staff was very nice for the most part with a shout out to John Bulbul who was an awesome finance manager! John knew exactly what our family needed on the car and didn't bother trying to sell anything useless to us while being incredibly professional and friendly. If anything, it's because of John that I expect to return to Hyundai Orlando to get my next car once I'm done with my undergrad and postgrad studies. As for tips on getting the best price on your next car via this dealership, I'd suggest dealing through their internet dept only once its back online. UPDATE 2015: So we've had our 2010 Hyundai Sonata for 5 years now and it's still been running great EXCEPT FOR ONE THING THE DEALER DID. As noted above, the dealer put on chrome rims and slim profile tires. WHAT THAT ENDED UP CAUSING was the WRONG SIZE of tires being placed on the car without our knowing until we got a 2nd set of NEW TIRES. For the past 5 years we've been driving with very loud road noise, highly uneven wear to the treads and we've gone through 2 full sets of tires because the dealer chose to try to keep the sale value higher without caring to put on a set of tires that would not cost us hundreds, if not thousands more in repairs due to all the tires we've thrown out. This dealership is not to be trusted due to the crooked tactics they use and I would highly recommend avoiding Orlando Hyundai.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
First time visiting and I question if I'd ever like to return. Biggest problem was with the cashier Marissa (who worked around 830pm 04/21/2014...just in case there are multiple Marissas who work at this place). I was with my girlfriend and she did the following: 1) ignored that I was there, so I had to mention that I would like to pay for me and my gf. 2) could care less that there were customers there at that time, very nonchalant...to the point of almost being overtly rude. 3) I had a groupon on my phone I wanted to use (as a gift card because the bonus amount had expired) which she refused to accept even though there was a code on it. 4) Did not offer a receipt even though she gave one to both the customer before and after me. 5) Not sure if she processed a discount for using a reusable Tropical Smoothie Cafe cup my girlfriend gave. I'm not sure why I was treated this way, but it's unacceptable to have gone through this especially if I was not rude to the cashier at all during this time. As for the food and smoothies. I had an Acai Berry Boost and Wasabi Roast Beef half sandwich. Both were very nice, I found the roast beef sandwich to be a very nice twist on the "beef on weck" style of sandwich, spicy but not too strong and very flavorful. In other words, I'd love to return here...the food and beverages are good and reasonable. But if I see Marissa's face inside, I'm walking out to another place.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
5 reviews
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Went here to get a new micro sim card for a new unlocked phone I bought to replace the piece of junk mytouch by huawei that the tmobile company sold us. First, I was in line for a good 10-15mins waiting for someone to acknowledge I was there, they were too busy and didn't care. After finally getting someone, go figure...sim cards are normally free EXCEPT in my special case...since I was switching sim card sizes without buying one of their overpriced phones they had to charge me $20. $20 for a piece of plastic and some metal which was SMALLER than my original sim card that was FREE. I had a problem with that since I can stretch $20 to feed me for a week...so the customer service rep suggested that I call customer care and they can prevent the charge if I "had a note put in my file." After spending another 10 minutes getting said note and going back...they still said they had to charge me. Look...if you're going to make me call them...just give me the card, you as a company lose NOTHING by doing that...but no, he didn't so. Here I am to tell the world, if you need to get a sim card that's a different size dont bother, just cut your old sim card OR go to a better tmobile store which aren't as cheap and busy and save yourself the $20 that I wasted because I couldn't waste another 20-30 mins and fight the urge to punch some windows to stay there and wrestle with the people in the store to give me my old sim card number back and just cut it myself. The only good thing I can say is that the rep there was still well mannered while I was getting frustrated...but other than that...forget this store.
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Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago