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Dpw.dc.gov has a consumer rating of 1 star from 1 review indicating that most consumers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases.

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“Well, there are a few very good things here, that makes...”

anonymous D.

Well, there are a few very good things here, that makes me give a high rate 1. I didn't see any hidden fee, everything is pretty clear 2. There's a free protection app which is a big plus too 3. I used a coupon for a 30% discount and end up with a very nice final price Just one thing I didn't like was the very long process of the purchase, but maybe there can not be any shorter version of this process, so it's fine.

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Top Critical Review

“Even though you guys have a lot of questions answered...”

anonymous R.

Even though you guys have a lot of questions answered in your FAQs, it is tough to follow all those links. I feel you should have a YouTube channel with professional videos teaching how to use all the different settings, like AWS. There is plenty of information and courses on how to use AWS, which makes it so much easier to use them for big projects, unlike regular hosting service providers. Conclusion: Horrible user experience

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1 review
2 helpful votes
July 10th, 2019
Washington DC is renowned for giving out nebulous parking tickets with no reasonable way of disputing them. They feed on tourists.
A parking dispute will take 6-8 months for a decision.
If the infringement is paid, the dispute is terminated. (No further action is permitted by the government.)
If you don't pay and you lose your appeal, the parking fine is doubled.
If you are in a rental car, the rental company will pay the infringement anyway and charge you a 15% (typical) administration fee.
The ombudsman (an official appointed to investigate individuals' complaints against maladministration, especially that of public authorities) just reiterates what the government does.
I recommend protesting with your feet - don't be a tourist in Washington DC. If you do go, visit the National Mall, Lincoln Memorial, Washington monument and Capital (can all be done in a day) and get out of there.

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