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Tim Turner
Works at Volunteer Hallett Motor Racing Circuit
Lives in Oklahoma
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Unbelievable that you have to plug a Smart Phone into a computer to transfer your own ringtone.  Why can't you MMS it to your phone and assign it?  This is technology?

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Very tricky software, misleading about pricing (advertised for free, can't use until you pay $19.95 etc etc.  Never again.

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Doesn't seem to work... prompts you to download the plug in, otherwise, you've exceeded your limit.

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My T3i will not auto focus as described in the video.

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This doesn't surprise me at all. And for the doubting Thomas below, Samsung refused to honor a valid warranty on one of my Samsung Smartphones without an explanation.  Horrible customer service and I will never buy another Samsung anything.

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Was High Speed Touring Event, with a roll bar.

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Thanks Graham, I've had the camera for a couple of years and shot tons of video... I'll enjoy it more now.

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How much was it?  I have one I want to sell.

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So what was the final outcome of this situation, I want to know more info.
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Freelance Motor Sports Photographer
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  • Volunteer Hallett Motor Racing Circuit
    Photographer / Ad Sales, 2003 - present
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Didn't get onions, otherwise awesome.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I've shopped at Buy for Less at 23rd & Penn for probably 10 to 15 years... not sure how long they've been there, but I loved the store. Never again. I purchased Hamburger Meat on the 17th that was marked to sell by the 18th and it was bad on the 19th. The only other time (many years ago) that I got bad meat there was a ham, and when I returned it I was told not to bring bad meat back, just bring the receipt, so that's what I did this time. The apparent MOD simply claimed he had been there for two years and he had never told anyone to do it that way. In other words, I was a liar and wanted to cheat him out of $8 after spending thousands there. I was flabbergasted that this store would not exchange the value of the meat for more. If I wanted to cheat them, why not the Rib Eye Steaks on the same ticket. I told him I still had the spoiled meat but it didn't matter. He did not want to refund the money and was arrogant about it, even scolded me to not snatch the receipt out of his hand. Most of the girls there would recognize me and the 4 year old I usually have with me, they all wanted me to leave him with them. It was like family going into that store, but this guy was cold and unfriendly and very unprofessional. I'm looking for a new grocery store after all these years. I eventually took the meat back to them, and they asked if I had the receipt??? I just showed it to them moments ago. I told them to keep the rotten meat and the $8 that hopefully they would be missing my weekly contribution. It should not be a hassle or become a public scene to return a bad product by a faithful, frequent customer. It won't be a again.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Best liquor store in town, great prices, large inventory in an amazingly small space, friendlies most helpful folks in town. Been trading there for 12 years.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Warm, comfy ambiance, lunch by the fire, beautiful view of the branch and terrace out the large picture window, double Bloody Mary, best Reuben I've had in a while, good Onion Rings. Friendly, helpful, attentive, informative waitress. We liked this place. $45 for two included tip and double drinks. Not bad for lunch and we can't wait to get back on a Saturday night for dinner from what we've heard. If the weather is nice, there's a balcony terrace with heaters where you can smoke, which makes it much more interesting for us. If your going to pay the extra prices for a Chef (instead of a cook) and a nice place like this, you should be able to smoke, but that's another story.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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We all want to save money and hassle by not having to send our phones in to the factory but I have learned my lesson with my HTC One which was out of warranty. Would no longer take a charge while turned on and was no longer recognized by computer. Took the phone in on Wednesday and sent someone by on Friday to check on it. They were told that the phone had been sent out to another location to put under the microscope. I called them Monday and asked about it and they claimed they had tried to contact me (once) on another cell phone and the voice mail was not set up. Someone monitors this phone from around Noon through the night, so not many attempts were apparently made to contact me. I also left a business card with an email address which I mentioned as preferable. They told me that the phone needed a new charging port and would be $75 and that it had NOT been sent out (why the lie?), so I said fix it. I do have my phone back and appears to work fine now, but when I put it under the microscope I can see the damage they did to the case in prying it open on both sides and the bottom. Next time it goes to the factory, lesson learned... I can no longer sell the phone for half of what I was prepared to get.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I sold an item on Ebay that estimated shipping at 30 lbs and would be around $37. I delivered the package to Classen Mail Service on Friday. After adding $30 worth of bubble wrap, pnuts and tape it became 47 lbs and cost me $111.00 to ship. Then it didn't leave their store until Tuesday P.M.. You decide.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago