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Jo Go (Ms. JAG)
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Copywriter, Social Media Strategist, Writer, Technophile, Fashionista, Foodie, and Registered Nurse
Copywriter, Social Media Strategist, Writer, Technophile, Fashionista, Foodie, and Registered Nurse

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After reading all of the good Google reviews, I gave Sam Azzouggagh of http://legalhelptoronto.com a call. What I have learned is - Sam and his business must have gotten these great reviews for his help with traffic services, because he is clearly out of his league when doing his other business of helping in civil suits.
Here is my experience with this creep: I gave Sam a $500 retainer to represent me in a case in September of 2016. He had stated over the phone that he would file the court documents to get the case started. I was happy to retain him to do that for me. I called him several times over the months to see how the case was going, but he was difficult to get on the phone, and he answered only a couple of emails. When he did answer he would always reassure me that he was doing all he could.
Months later, in February 2017, he emailed me and said he had made some calls to the company I wanted to sue, sent a letter or two, had one conversation with them, and now he needs $1000 to go forward with the case. So of course, I asked him to email me what exactly the $500 retainer had gotten me, since he hadn't filed court papers in the 5 months since i hired him. Sam never explained, and got very verbally defensive. Instead he sent me an email explaining what would happen with the $1000 I would have to pay to proceed. So I am left to believe that this desperate thief bilked me of $500, and did nothing but play a waiting game with me, and thought I was stupid enough to continue using his services. He did not do the things he said he would do in the initial conversation (contact the company and file the court papers to sue). I would not recommend hiring Sam Azzouggagh to represent you in court for anything, unless you like being taken for a ride.#paralegal #toronto #civilsuit

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Never meaning to offend anyone; sometimes cultural misunderstanding is the most offensive thing of all! #kendall #pepsi #socialmedia #fail #blacklivesmatter
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Happy International Women's Day 2017! 
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The ElMo will see life in 2017 #elmocombo

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Dr. Michael Perelgut was my dentist for years, until one day he wasn't. He was a jack of all trades, a periodontist, orthodontist, and cosmetic teeth whitening guy. Whatever he could do, he did - you were never referred to a specialist, because he believed he was the specialist. However, there were several things he did that made me start thinking he wasn't a dental wizard.

Firstly, he decided to replace a bridge in my back molar instead of a crown without ever discussing the advantages or disadvantage of one over the other. He ended up filing down two very good teeth even more to support the bridge without a discussion.

Another thing he did was Invisalign's. Everything went well with the Invisalign's, but after giving me my night retainers, he didn't seem to care that he hadn't replaced them in two years, and I had to remind him persistently. My ah-ha moment was when he did my laser teeth whitening and gave me a bad chemical burn to an area of my gum on my lower front teeth. He was non-pulsed about the whole thing and avoided responsibility. No apologies ever. The area was white then turned yellow over a week after becoming infected. I nursed my own gums back to health with Peridex, Tea Tree oil, and vitamin E, because he had no other recommendation but to wait out the infection!

I was wary of ever going back to his office again. After all this was a man who I noticed over the years was verbally abrasive to his female staff of assistants and was seemingly psychopathic. You could see the power dynamics in play at his workplace and you had to ignore it. I wasn't worried about that, because I could handle his tongue if he ever turned it on me. Funny enough he never did, because I was a paying customer, not an insurance case. I went back for my teeth cleanings once a year or so with the dental hygienist, but knew I wanted a new dentist.

One day my girlfriend who was also a patient of his had to get her back molar removed, and Dr. Perelgut pulled, and yanked at this tooth so hard she thought her jaw was going to fracture. She told him as much, but he persisted. All he had to do was break the tooth into pieces he later confessed, but he wanted that sucker out whole! She was a basket case after that. She literally had PTSD from the experience, and she decided she wasn't going to give him any more of her money either.

So when we asked for our x-rays, and signed a release document, and said good-bye, was it any surprise that this psychopathic dentist made every excuse he could to NOT send our x-rays to our current dentist?! After several telephone and email requests we had to let him be, and pay for new x-rays. I would not recommend Dr. Perelgut to anyone who cares about their teeth or their mental health. #toronto   #dentist   #dentistry   #torontodentist  

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So how much overall will Tesla's Solar Shingles cost overall to buy and install? Read the article... #elonmusk   #tesla   #solar    #energy   #solarpower  
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