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Derek Stafford
Works at University of Michigan
Attends University of Michigan
Lived in La Union, Honduras
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18 people
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37 people
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  • University of Michigan
    Political Science, present
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  • University of Michigan
    PhD Candidate, present
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La Union, Honduras - Austin, Texas - Ann Arbor, Michigan - Los Angeles California - Santa Barbara, California - Avila, Spain - Cape Town, South Africa - Johannesburg, South Africa - Durham, North Carolina - Atlanta, Georgia
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The customer service is awful and they lied on official paperwork to cost me an extra day. never use them
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
They are thieves. I had to attend a wedding on a Saturday and I booked with them on priceline with for an economy car and insurance for $73. When I showed up to get the car, they told me priceline had never charged me and I had to pay again. They then raised the insurance rates and the car rates. I returned the car the next day before the required time with a full tank of gas. When I looked at the bill on my credit card the following week, they had charged $230 and I paid priceline. When I called in they said I brought the car back on Monday (NOT TRUE) charged late fees charged me for full day Sunday including double the insurance costs....I PAID $300 TO RENT A CAR FOR 24HRS
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
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After receiving x-rays, someone from her office called to tell me the results and gave me a fairly scary diagnosis. That person then tried to get off the phone immediately. When I tried to ask questions she said Dr Pacifico would call me later. I proceeded to look up my condition on the Mayo Clinic's website and found out that it wasn't nearly as bad as I had thought. Near the end of the day I got a phone call from a person, who was not Dr Pacifico who attempted to explain my condition. When her information (very basic stuff) conflicted with what I read on the Mayo Clinic's website, I asked if she was a doctor and she responded "I'm the person who knows what your condition is." I asked again and she said "no." I think it is very unprofessional and perhaps unethical to have a non-doctor call a patient to explain their medical condition and answer their medical questions.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago