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Alex Peters
Worked at Yarra Trams
Attended RMIT University
Lives in Melbourne, Australia
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Education
  • RMIT University
    2005 - 2010
  • The University High School
    1997 - 2002
  • Greenbrook Primary School
    1992 - 1996
  • Kingsbury Primary School
    1990 - 1991
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Gender
Male
Other names
Alex Carey
Work
Employment
  • Yarra Trams
    2010 - 2014
  • Strategic Data
    2009 - 2010
  • Everyone Counts
    2008 - 2009
  • realestate.com.au
    2006 - 2008
  • RMIT University
    2006 - 2008
  • Subway
    2001 - 2005
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Melbourne, Australia
This business would probably be more honestly named "Everything (on) Two Wheels Except Kawasaki ZZRs" or "Everything (on) Two Wheels if You Have a Reason We Shouldn't Ignore You." I tried through multiple means on three separate occasions across a year to arrange a service for my bike, persisting only because of good word of mouth. The phone was never answered, and every single one of my emails, contact form submissions (no longer offered) and voicemail messages was ignored without response. I even tried to arrange a service in person one day during the trading hours published on the website, but the shop was locked up with a sign saying "back at 2pm" and hadn't re-opened when I returned almost two hours later at 2.30. Should a customer have to work so hard for a business to want to take their money, especially when there's plenty of business competition around? And should a business that is incapable of responding to all potential customers once in a whole year—or of advertising accurate trading hours—be trusted with much more complex, safety-critical tasks like motorbike maintenance?
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Emailed this company with a repair enquiry over two weeks ago and despite receiving confirmation that my enquiry was received, I still haven't received a human response.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Mr Removalist offered friendly, efficient service on extremely short notice after disaster occurred with another removals company. Although a couple hours late to arrive, the removalists maintained contact to advise of their progress and refine their ETA. This was greatly appreciated. After arriving, the removalists worked quickly, efficiently and carefully to pack and unpack the truck. The company seemed to charge for a larger truck than was provided in this instance, but the cost difference was minimal and in light of excellent service in all other regards, it was chosen to overlook this.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Out of several electronics repair shops I contacted by email in my area, this was the only company to respond on the same day. Their responses have fully addressed my needs and their quote in my instance seems quite reasonable.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
SuperStar Removals--also covertly trading as Blue Rhino Removals--failed to fulfil their appointment entirely. They weren't late; they didn't show up at all. 30 minutes after their scheduled arrival time they were contacted and asked to have the driver call back and provide an ETA. This did not occur. 90 minutes after their scheduled arrival time they were contacted again for the same reason. At this time, they advised that the removalists "won't be able to make it today." This probably occurred because contingency enquiries were made with Blue Rhino Removals (the same operation publicly trading under another name) in the meantime. Moving house is already a complex, stressful exercise without the added pressure of finding another removalist at the last minute. I wholeheartedly condemn both SuperStar Removals and Blue Rhino Removals for their poor customer treatment.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago