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AChristian -.

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  • 17 Reviews
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Experience: Computers & Technology, Clothing & Fashion, Home & Garden

Member since November 2018

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17 Reviews by AChristian

5/22/21

Maya does an incredible job. My cats' teeth were literally buried in plaque because greedy, money-hungry veterinarians refused to negotiate price, and chose instead to let my animals suffer. Maya returned my cats to me feeling happy, relaxed, and comfortable. Maya keeps in touch during the cleaning process and adds pictures and/or video. She's also *very* reasonably priced. She charged for two cats what I couldn't have gotten done for one cat at those pathetically-greedy veterinarians. Maya has a very high standard of care which I appreciate because I do too. I highly recommend her.

Tip for consumers:
Can't go wrong with Maya.

2/12/21

They'll treat you well until they discover you're a "regular." Then they'll take advantage of you, giving you less and less and less each time you bring them valuable stuff. They even had the nerve to say that a tiny 10K bracelet was a sterling silver necklace. They're real pieces of work.

1/12/21

Armitage Vet Clinic is expensive and won't budge about it. It doesn't matter what your situation is, they will not give you a break. They claim that they have expenses, claiming in essence that receiving nothing is better than receiving something. After refusing to give you even the smallest break, and after charging almost $100 for an examination, they have the nerve to tell you that your pet's health is so-so and needs this-and-this, but they won't help you get it done. This is not the type of clinic that would offer its services on a voluntary basis in a natural-disaster situation, or say yes if asked. -- P.S. The $30 receipt is for the golden ink for a prescription.

12/15/20

Took our cat to this vet because of good price and good reviews. Met Dr. Masi for the first time. He asked us why we left our old vet and we told him we didn't like it there. He said he knows, *everything* is in the file. (What a stupid thing to say, and it made us uncomfortable.) He talked our ear off for 40 minutes before the exam and repeated himself endlessly which was frustrating; it was as if whatever we said went in one ear and out the other; our brains were hurting already. We had to stand outside the exam room because of covid which we had no problem with. As this was the first time seeing him, we wanted to be able to see our beloved pet at all times. The male assistant was in the way; he could have been on the other side of the examination table facing us but chose to block us with his back to us. We tried to see our pet by leaning to one side of the doorway without walking into the exam room, and Dr. Masi said, "You can leave." Why, because we want to see our pet?!? How pathetic! I told him, "I have no idea why you have good reviews, I think you're awful." He said nothing, which was perfectly fine. Their physical handling of our pet was awful, too; the assistant pulled her out of her carrier (her safe space) instead of tipping it gently. The clinic/Dr. Masi has blocked reviews on his site. He will no doubt omit the bad ones. Save yourself the headache and protect your babies: Don't go near him.

8/26/20

Some people (on YouTube) say that this item is the only item that will stay on the waterline, but I have found that no matter what color I use, it fades significantly after 2 hours. It also "peels," and the peeling specks come off in the eye which hurt, which I always have to pick out, and the more I pick, the more the line peels. Inglot says they don't guarantee it to be waterproof or to have staying power on the waterline. I do highly recommend it for the eyelid and under-eyelid but NOT for the waterline. Very disappointed. The hunt for a good waterline makeup continues. *sigh*

7/12/20

I got an email from this company about new arrivals (see picture of the email with their Logo). I clicked on the video and it was horrible, containing angry/scared defensive cats, horrible music, and a horrible spinning carrier with cats in it. This is the video, and you can see by the guy's name that he's not all there: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H50fWi9zRkI&mc_cid=94bd5269be&mc_eid=483cc733f5.
I replied to this company's email telling them how awful I thought the video was (first email at the bottom of this review). I have of course blocked him. I do not know if this is also the manager and/or owner, but if not, this nutcase needs to go. Can you imagine him having a person's address who is unhappy with their order? I highly recommend NOT ordering from this company at all in case that happens. Below is the email exchange, NO JOKE (Sitejabber has understandably blocked all the profanity). Start at the bottom, which is the beginning of the email exchange up to the time I blocked him:.
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Support petluv <*******@petluvshop.us>
To:
[my email]

Sat, Jul 11 at 10:25 PM

Go $#*! yourself you $#*!. $#*!ING IDIOT

Andrew Taylor
Customer Service
PetLuv Shop, LLC
P: *******174
A: 1345 Seaboard Industrial Blvd NW
STE B-1
Atlanta, GA 30318
W: petluvshop.us e: *******@petluvshop.us.
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On Sat, Jul 11,2020 at 10:19 PM [my email] wrote:
And you call yourself a business, you mental case? Guess what's going to be posted on the internet.

Thanks so much for your reply.

Sent from [mail] on Android.
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On Sat, Jul 11,2020 at 10:04 PM, Support petluv
<*******@petluvshop.us> wrote:
The $#*! you talking about you stupid $#*!?.
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On Sat, Jul 11,2020 at 10:01 PM [my email] wrote:
Your email contains a despicable link to a despicable video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H50fWi9zRkI&mc_cid=94bd5269be&mc_eid=483cc733f5

The angry cats are horrible, the music is horrible, and the spinning carrier is horrible.

You have just killed a big order.

You are IDIOTS.
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On Jul 7,2020, at 1:19 PM, PetLuv Happy Cat <*******@petluvshop.us> wrote:

(see picture)

4/7/20

The moderators don't know the meaning of the word. They must all be atheist liberals. They harass Christians (some moderators more than others, and some Christians more than others) and have deleted hundreds of my posts. Then they gave me a warning about possibly being banned because I'm repeatedly violating policies. I ask you, What policy could the example in the photo below possibly have violated? It doesn't. It's just straight-up harassment from godless tyrannical moderators. -- Biblical truth with Scripture citations, Biblical archaeological photographic evidence (i. E. Noah's Ark on the top of Mt. Ararat in Turkey with Genesis 8:4 Scripture citation), video evidence, etc. also violates their "be nice be respectful" policy, because nicely and respectfully proving to someone that they're wrong is "offensive" and violates their BNBR policy. Scripture that does not approve of cults, homosexuality, the occult, etc. will certainly be deleted. On the other hand, cults have free reign (i. E. JWs for example). Atheists have free reign. Satanists have free reign. Islam has free reign to lie their butts off. Quora truly deserves to go broke. And then they have the audacity to use your posts on the internet without your knowledge or permission as an example of how great Quora is as a source of information. -- If you're not a liberal, you won't be on there for long. For 3 fabulous years of ministry, they collapsed a ton of my answers (which still allows people to view them). For about a week, they would blur my posts and post a "warning" that clicking on it would reveal "sensitive content" (it was the Gospel!). Then they began to delete them, one after the other, relentlessly. They finally figured out how to rid themselves of the problem of me once and for all: It's called "blocked."

Edit: Went back quite a few months later, and I was able to post. I was a on real roll, praise God. No complaints, no problems. It only took about two weeks until they blocked my account again - without warning this time - and once again for baloney, worse than the first time. They have no idea if that's my name or not. They have never seen my identification, and they never will. I must have pissed the devil off fierce! Pats myself on shoulder, praise God. Good job! (View the photos starting from the far right.)

3/12/20
• Updated review

There is a vendor on Etsy who calls herself "agentreclaim." She uses repurposed leather to make purses and bags. Nothing wrong with that at all. The problem is that whenever you order something pictured on her site, that's never what you're going to get. What she does is take a picture of an item she's previously made that's attractive. When you order the item that's pictured, that's not what you're going to get because the item in the picture has already been sold. What she does when she receives an order is make something similar to what's been ordered from whatever material she has at the time the order comes in. It may be a different color, it may be a different material, it may be a couple of pieces or a bunch of randomly shaped scrap pieces sewn together instead of one solid piece as shown. It may have a feature that you didn't want because it wasn't in the picture, or it may NOT have a feature that you DID want because it IS in the picture. The item may also be a different size than the advertised measurements because she doesn't have enough material. She makes up for a "mistake" by making something that looks like it's been 'thrown together' (which is personally not what I want to pay for), which has no thought for aesthetics or "balance." Example: Picture #1 is what I ordered; Picture #2 is what I received (plus it was smaller than the advertised measurements); Picture #3 is her attempt at correction. Note that the pocket is both crooked and off-centre, but not enough either way to be correctly and attractively a-symmetrical; thus, it's off-balance. (To me, it looks like a gash from a knife.) -- There was another correction attempt that consists of FIVE pieces. Then she blames me for being difficult and claims that she's gone "over and above" to try to accommodate me. As a last attempt to resolve this problem, I asked her for a bag that she had in a different picture on her site, and she told me she's not making another one. This is how I know that what she shows in her pictures are not the actual items available. For all this, you must wait at least 8 weeks after placing the order. -- When none of her attempts to make me a proper bag worked out, she refused to give me even the smallest rebate based on the item I originally received being smaller than the advertised measurements. -- You had better like what she makes - even though it looks nothing like the picture - or there's going to be a problem. -- I do not recommend her at all, and give you fair warning what to expect.

They refuse to honor their policies, and many vendors are dishonest.
12/9/18
• Previous review

I am in the U.S. and purchased a hat from an Etsy seller located in Italy. After almost 2 months, the seller and I assumed that the hat was lost in the mail, so the seller issued me a refund. I finally received the hat and informed the seller so, since this is the right thing to do. To my surprise, when I opened the package, the hat was a completely different material (except for the underside of the tiny visor) and was a completely different style. The difference is easily seen; even the visually impaired would be able to feel the difference in a second. There is no way that the seller could have mistaken that the hat she sent was not the hat I ordered. Since the hat is not what I ordered and I don't want it, the seller wants ME to foot the bill for the return of it to Europe. I do not believe I should be financially responsible for shipping a hat that I did not order. I offered to return it at her expense but she refuses. The seller used the excuse that because the hat was made to measure, that's what the problem is. I'm sure the photos attached in this review will refute that. Made to measure is the head circumference measurement, not the style! The seller has the audacity to say she is "disappointed in [my] behavior" even though I was honest enough to tell her that I received the hat after the refund was issued. The seller is untrustworthy and unprincipled.

Etsy has policies that say they will intervene between seller and buyer in certain cases. My case qualified in 3 different areas of their terms for intervention. After several emails with Etsy, Etsy gave me all kinds of irrelevant rhetoric in their responses, refused to intervene, refused to even look at the photos, and stated outright that they "refuse to discuss the matter further," despite the qualifications for intervention. Thank goodness I already received my refund when the seller and I thought the hat was lost, or I would be out almost $100., all because Etsy refuses to honor their own policies. Because of Etsy, other buyers from this seller are subject to similar or same experiences.

Buyers are also subject to this experience with other sellers because Etsy won't honor their policies.

It's really a shame because Etsy has a lot of nice stuff, and hard-to-find stuff, but buying any of it is a huge risk because they won't help if you're in trouble.

9/22/19

Every electronic that I've purchased there has always had to be returned. I bought a Compaq desktop computer there which malfunctioned before 30 days was up. On another occasion, I bought a Samsung laptop there which malfunctioned before 30 days was up. They replaced it with a "new" one which didn't have the plastic sheet over the screen, which meant that it was used, so I took the refund and bought an authentically new one elsewhere. Stupid me when back a couple of years later and bought an Apple computer there because it was cheaper than from Apple itself. I had forgotten my previous experiences. So I bought it and had to take it back within two weeks for repair. I would have replaced it, but what's the point because the replacement would be used too and I'd lose all my stuff for nothing. -- ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT RE APPLE COMPUTERS: When I called Apple for online assistance, I learned that Apple services their computers for five years from the manufacture date. I bought the Apple computer from Best Buy in 2017 but the manufacture date of the computer is 2015! As such, Best Buy has ripped me off for 2 years' worth of service from Apple. I also learned that Apple computers don't automatically come with the "Open Office" program that was on my computer when I bought it, proving that it's used. -- My repeatedly bad experiences at Best Buy with expensive electronics (computers, stereo components, etc.) always breaking and having programs on them that the manufacturer does not include/did not install is something that I will not forget again, and I will never buy electronics from them again. You have been warned.

Gab
8/20/19

I thought that free speech would be great on a conservative site. I was wrong. Racists (in the true sense of the word) have no problem spewing their venomous slurs, and liberals are free to make as many stupid comments as is humanly possible. 12 hours is definitely a record for deleting my account anywhere, and I give 'gab' all the credit.

7/3/19

Imo, Seabreeze makes the most excellent heaters on the market. I bought mine in the Fall of 2018 for the Winter. The oscillating blades stopped oscillating shortly after I bought it and remain stationary on an angle. There's a one-year warranty. I had to wait until the Winter passed until I could call them. I left them a message through their site. No response. I left 2 more messages, still no response.

I contacted their authorized repair dealer. He informed me that Seabreeze doesn't make the heaters anymore and that they're offering refunds for heaters under warranty. He kindly sent them a message to contact me.

Someone from Seabreeze contacted me a few days later at 6:15 p.m. She wanted a copy of my proof of purchase. She spelled out the email address, and I sent it. The email came back non-deliverable.

I left such a message through their site. A day later, she emailed me with the 'complete' email address. A few days later, the same girl telephoned me to see how things were going. She was unaware of my email to her. When I told her I sent her an email, she then found it. A few days after this, someone else emailed me. He informed me that Seabreeze is willing to refund my money "if the unit is not functioning." *ah, I see what I'm dealing with.* He continues, I am to send them the heater unit to verify that it's not working - at my expense. They will send me an RGA (Return Goods Authorization) slip so that the warehouse will accept it. A cheque will be issued in 4-6 weeks - minus shipping costs. (They actually want me to pay for the stamp?). That's all pretty bad.

I wrote back telling him that the heater is functioning, which I made clear in my very first contact with them and told him so, repeating that it is a part that is broken (the oscillating blades). I have not heard back from him, and am obviously not going to. I spent 3 weeks trying to talk to someone to get this looked after. The bottom line: The warranty means nothing.

Seabreeze makes fans also, and since they don't make the heaters anymore, I would think the fans are how they intend to stay in business. I would think the fans come with warranties, too. Oh joy.

The customer service is so bad, it's a wonder they're in business at all. And their warranties mean squat.

You have been warned.

HP
6/26/19
• Updated review

Part 3 of 3

I got my "new" printer. On unpackaging the printer, the lid had five damaged spots. I took pictures and sent them to the HP representative.

- I told him that I believe this printer is refurbished because of its physical appearance;

- I told him that even if I had agreed to a refurbished printer, HP wouldn't send it in a plain brown box with "refurbished" written on it, nor would they send it in an HP box with "refurbished" written on it;

- I told him that if they'll do it with printers, then they'll do it with computers too;

- I told him that the original 'new' one I bought (the broken one that was being replaced) was probably refurbished too, because why else would it break down in 6 months with occasional use.

It took him 3 days to respond to me - I assume after speaking to his higher-ups - because he offered me a refund, which I am certainly taking.

I asked him if they will reimburse me for all the ink for it that I purchased. They oh-so-kindly said I can keep the ink that *I* bought, that I already told them will be of no use to me because I will never buy another HP product again.

It really doesn't get any worse than this.

You have been warned!

Uch, what jerks.
6/10/19
• Previous review

A case manager got back to me. He phoned me from a 1-800 number which I don't pick up because of spam. He chose not to leave a message on my voicemail but hung up without a word, and then sends me an email that he's unable to contact me. By reply email, I let him have it, and told him I want our conversation in writing.

The sleaze says he's pleased to honour my request and will send me a refurbished printer. I told him that his conclusion that I wanted a refurbished printer is incredible since the reason we're speaking is because I *don't* want one. Duh. I let them have it about how sleazy and cheap they were. He ignored it.

He told me that a refurbished printer is not rejected, but is just overstock or an open box. I let him have it.

He called me a valued customer. I let him have it.

He told me in one email that he would send me a new printer, and sent a separate email 'Agreement' for my confirmation that didn't say "new." I let him have it and told him that I know he's trying to send me a refurbished printer under the guise of "new." He ignored it. I completed the Agreement with an Appendix of his separate email saying that the replacement printer would be new.

He didn't like this and again asked me to confirm the Agreement. So I did, and added in my own stuff in the appropriate spaces, and copied and pasted his email that said "new" in the appropriate space.

He asked me if I wanted the prepaid label mailed or emailed. I told him since I don't have a working printer, I obviously have to have the hard copy. Duh again.

I strongly suspect that they're still sending me a refurbished printer. Whether they do or whether they don't, this experience was awful. HP is a cheap, sleazy, insult-to-injury, insult-to-intelligence, rip-off business, and their warranties mean you'll get repaired broken stuff as replacements despite that you paid money for new stuff. I won't ever buy from them again.

Take heed. You've been warned.

Possibly to be continued when I receive the "new" printer.

What a farce.
6/8/19
• Previous review

I bought an HP ENVY 5055 printer 6 months ago. It worked great for 6 months. At 6 months, in one shot, it would not print properly. I contacted HP chat. We spent about an hour on the phone going through all the steps to see if the printer needed to be replaced. One of the steps was to change the ink cartridges. He offered to send me ink cartridges, but it didn't make sense to me to wait for the cartridges, contact HP chat again, and go through the whole thing again. I told him I had new unopened ones here. So I opened them and we did more tests with those. The problems remained and even increased. He concluded that printer needs to be replaced. (No kidding.).
The guy told me that the remaining 6 months warranty would be applied to the replacement printer. I think that sucks.
Then he told me that the replacement printer would be refurbished. What?! I told him that I paid good money for a new printer, and I expect a new replacement. He said he's not authorized to do that, and will escalate this matter to a case manager. So now I'm waiting, and I will update this review when this matter is resolved.
He asked me if there's anything more he could do for me. I asked him if he could please send me the ink cartridges because I wasted a lot of ink with both my old cartridges and my new cartridges. He double-talked his way out of that one, I have no idea what the heck he said, but it was clear that he wasn't willing to send them now.
I am SO disappointed in HP. I realize that most companies will just 'forward' the remaining warranty to a replacement product (which I still say sucks), but to have a new item replaced with something refurbished? I didn't pay a refurbished price, I paid a new price.
To be continued.

6/10/19

I was given a new Zero Water dispenser. There is a button to press to dispense the water. The button has to be pressed for the duration of water dispensing, and it is hard to hold. The filters are ridiculously expensive and don't even last that long. The water doesn't taste as good as it should. After about 3 months, the water wouldn't drain out of the reservoir into the dispenser at all. I'd had enough, threw it out, and replaced it with old faithful.

6/10/19

I had a Brita water dispenser for a very long time. Someone gave me a barely-used Zero water dispenser, so I tried it. I didn't like it for a variety of reasons, and it broke within no time at all anyway. I ditched the Zero water dispenser and bought a new Brita dispenser. Easy and delicious!

I contacted Brita to tell them my story and to thank them for a great product. They were very kind, grateful for the positive feedback, and are sending me 2 credit coupons for my time and effort in writing to them.

They're great!

3/16/19

The site is filled with atheists who always go to the religion section. The first rule of disqus is "no insults," yet, atheists are allowed to gush insults to Christians in every comment without so much as a warning from the moderators, whereas Christians who use the word 'stupid' (not calling someone stupid but just saying something they said was stupid) will have their comment removed and be threatened with banning. This is because the moderators there are all atheist liberals.

Moreover, there are moderators there who will actually participate in the abuse, and sometimes even instigate it.

Flagging something inappropriate or abusive is useless if the moderators don't like you, which is usually the case if you're a Christian.

Disqus is a horrible and very abusive place to be.

3/16/19

I was at reddit for 2 days and had an exchange with a muslim where I very politely proved he was using taqiyya by posting quran verses with citations, which I do for the benefit of those watching. I was banned without warning or explanation. (As if I needed one.). Moron leftist moderators shot the messenger.

11/26/18

On one occasion, my Instacart shopper picked terrible replacements without contacting me. I told them that, and told them that my account settings are set to receive texts, and asked them why he didn't contact me. They told me that if my settings are set to receive texts, the shopper will contact me. How stupid of an answer is that?

I asked them why a certain page on my Account reads "Contact Preference: No Preference" when I set it to contact me. They said that wherever I heard that, it's a mis-communication. How stupid of an answer is that one, too?

I had other questions that weren't answered, but responded to with bullsh*t rhetoric that completely avoided the issue. This happened in an exchange of 6 - count 'em, 6 - emails. These people clearly do not understand plain English, no matter how clearly or articulately it is written. I then requested a supervisor to answer my questions since I could not get an answer out of their regular reps. I did this 3 times. There was no response.

Awful.

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