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Chris Teague
Attended Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Lives in San Diego, CA
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  • Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
    Computer Engineering, 1995 - 1999
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I went in to sign up for new service. I waited for 30 minutes in their queue system, and when I finally got to talk, the representative told me I couldn't port my existing phone number to a new prepaid account. I knew this was false, having done research online. I asked if he could double check that policy, and he basically said no - he was certain it couldn't be done. I walked out, shocked at how poorly I was treated as a potential new customer. I went home and confirmed on the web site that I could in fact port a number to a prepaid account, but I decided that if AT&T treats new clients this poorly I didn't want to find out how they treat customers they already have captive.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My wife and I purchased our wedding rings here several years ago, and couldn't be happier. Every time we visit we are treated well, and leave with smiles. We love our rings, and they have taken good care of them for us. Don't be fooled - David and Sons is located in a shopping mall, but they are not a typically mall jewelry store. Visit one of the national chain jewelry stores before you visit D&S, and you will be amazed at the difference. No high pressure sales, no phony compliments ("you look like such a perfect couple", "this ring is meant for you", etc.), and most importantly great jewelry. The diamonds are AGI or EGL certified, not the IGI stuff you'll find in a chain store. Do some research on the IGI before you step foot into a chain jewelry store. All certifications are not the same, don't be fooled!
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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