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Gerard Busnuk
Works at Roland Park Security Consulting, Dwellworks, Harbel
Attended UMBC
Lives in Medfield, a community in North Baltimore


Gerard Busnuk

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Security Consultant, Relocation Consultant, Vocational Coach
  • Roland Park Security Consulting, Dwellworks, Harbel
    Independent Security Consultant/Expert Witness, Independent Relocation Consultant, Vocational Coach at Harbel, present
  • Catholic Charities, Ambassador Apartments, Baltimore Police Department, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Broadway Services, The Ivy Bookshop, Jewish Community Center, Charles Village Community Benefits District, Maryland Institute College of Art
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Medfield, a community in North Baltimore
East Baltimore - Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, Belair-Edison, Rodgers Forge, Roland Park (Tuxedo Park/Wynhurst) - but Mostly Baltimore, Maryland
  • UMBC
  • University of Baltimore
  • Mt. St. Joe
  • Baltimore City Police Academy
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Great service here, and if you're renting a car for a long time (we needed one for two months), it's much cheaper than renting at the airport. We spend two or three months of year in Santa Fe, so we fly into Albuquerque, and take a 10-minute cab ride to 120 Lomas Boulevard. They're fast, efficient, and several hundred dollars cheaper than the airport location, where you're hit with various airport fees.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
The staff here was extremely nice. I did not find any problems with the room, nor any odors. The bed was fine, though I did not use the microwave or fridge. Nice bar and restaurant on premises and wi-fi in room. Decent gym, and pool good for cooling off, but not for swimming laps.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
3 reviews
We bought our used Toyota at CarMax, and are happy with the car. Then we made a big mistake: we bought a warranty thru CarMax, since we were a bit concerned about buying a 2008 car. Don't do it! It's a rip-off! The salesman, who was otherwise nice, did not tell us that the $300 deductible applies on EVERY OCCASION that we might bring the car in with a problem, not one time during the length of the contract. I had the window regulator go bad. When my service center called MaxCare, they demanded that they lower his labor price, just in order to pay me the $40 or so over the deductible. When the shop demurred, a guy named "Mario" there said that the customer (me) could pay the shop the difference in lower labor costs. When my shop tried to negotiate Mario just hung up on them. Now, Car Max tries to absolve themselves of responsibility saying that the MaxCare is a separate company, but, you know, they sold it to us, and i'll betcha they got a nice commission too. So, buyer beware: don't buy the warranty that CarMax offers its cars. It's a real ripoff!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago