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Diana Gaviria
Attended University of Central Florida
Lived in Medellin Colombia


Diana Gaviria

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Lol not even close!
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Owner of over 80 pairs of shoes, passionate traveler.
  • University of Central Florida
    Finance, 2006 - 2010
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Medellin Colombia - Barcelona Spain - Orlando Florida
This place is highly unprofessional and seems to be having a lot of legal issues that are affecting their patients. Initially I bought the Groupon for a small area laser hair removal; as soon as I went to the consultation I bought another large area package for an "intro price". I did think the consultation was quite informative and useful, however the events that followed were definitely not as professional. My appointment have been rescheduled a total of 3 times! One of this occasions I was not contacted until I got to the place and the receptionist told me the technician had an emergency. They obviously do not respect your time and the fact that you have a busy life!. After their whole ordeal with their medical director resigning I was able to finally get an appointment for 2 treatments which I specified were to be made by a female technician. Fast forward to my appointment and guess's a male technician! so I decided to only get one area done (so not to waste another trip) and reschedule the treatment for the other area. However, I got such a negative vibe from this place that I decided to request a refund for my other area. Well the lady at the front desk said I could NOT get a refund because I bought a "bundle package" which by the way were 2 separate transactions!. Based on my experience, I don't trust this place and lack of professionalism, I don't even want any treatments...just my money back!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I had a horrible experience with this business. The owner Jeff Schwartz, (which was the person who came to my house) tried to charge me $290 for a capacitor and the labor associated with it.A capacitor usually runs about $20-$40. The ironic part is that I was the one who told him what I thought was the problem but I didn't have the right instrument to test the capacitor. He did not look into any other issues with the AC and just switched the parts in a matter of 3 minutes. Nonetheless, I was aware that typically this sort of procedure will cost you $100+, but $290 is just absurd. It is saddening that this business tries to take advantage of single, young women who might not be as experienced in the A/C world. Overall, it was an extremely uncomfortable situation and I felt as if I was "robbed". I would definitely NOT recommend this business.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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