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Kathryn M.

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The blue light from our electronics are damaging our eyes (retinas) and reducing our ability to produce melatonin. Melatonin is so crucial to our neurotransmitters besides to your ability to sleep.

In researching for a good anti blue light screen protector for our iPhones and iPads, I discovered a company called OcuShield. They are a London based company but ship every where. Their products are amazing and the installation is so easy, especially for a non-techy person like me. The screens don't have a funny color to them when you use them. When I installed on the iPhones, i had a bubble. I emailed the company and Sarah replied with some helpful tips. The bubble came out per the instructions she gave me. (Checkout their iPhone YouTube installation video... you will see what I mean.)

They have a installation adapter for the iPads and they went of great. Well I had a couple of bubbles on the first one but used the method she instructed me with the iPhone. The secret is to go slow and ease it to the side. The second one went of perfect, not bubbles.

I am so pleased with the products. They protect our eyes from the blue light and are very durable screen protectors. I took the plastic screen protector off my Otterbox Defender case. (If you have an Otterbox Defender case, there's a couple of YouTube videos on how to remove.)

You only get one pair of eyes, you have to take care of them. I highly recommend OcuShield to anyone who wants to protect their eyes.


I order my vitamins and supplements from Fullscript, a company recommended by my doctor. They have quality products. Not all supplements are equal. I placed an order Monday morning, then realized I forgot to order two more items. I placed another order immediately. Then contacted them via chat feature. I told Robert what I had done and can they combined the two orders so I only pay one shipping fee. They can't combine orders but h refunded one of the shipping fees which was $4.95. Now a days you have to save every dollar and cent where you can. I am on auto shipment for two supplements, they never fail.

About a year ago, I didn't get a n order shipped to my home. I have no doubt it was delivered and stolen from the porch. I called, explained what happened. They changed my shipment address to work and sent another order at no charge. Now a days, it's almost impossible to find this kind of customer service. I am a loyal customer and will stay with them.


Can't give a zero so they get a one star. I love Foxcroft blouses. I ordered several from Appleseed. So disappointed in the quality. For one, non iron and wrinkle free are two different things. Appleseed's are NOT non iron. The quality of the fabric is so-so. Do yourself a favor and don't waste your money. You have to pay to return, not worth the time or money. Lesson learned.


I called to just get a quote. I had my policies in front of me, plus I'm a licensed insurance agent. I had been with my previous carrier for 25 years. They are no longer on my side! I have checked their rates in the past and it was less than $100 a year difference and never pulled the trigger. Well the auto went up and I had to have the policy re-written to get some new discounts. Then a couple of months later my homeowner policy renewed. It was outrageous and the no longer had standalone Inland Marine policies. It was being endorsed to the homeowner policy. I don't like that because if you have an Inland Marine claim and it's endorsed on your homeowner, it will count as a frequency. So, I called USAA one morning and got quotes. Compared each policy limits to compare apple to apple then discussed changes in various limits. I decided then and there I was switching. They issued the policies, walked me through everything. Why did I wait so long? My monthly premium auto pay is less then what it was with the previous company and they are taking it out 5-months on the auto and 11-months on home and VPP (inland marine). Also, you can call 3 or 4 o'clock in the morning if you have a question. The previous company had a recording and when you to speak with someone, you have to call your agent. My agent is never there. Cost is very important but so is service. USAA offers both.


This review is for Luis Rosado, Service Advisor, for Caliber Collision, 281 North. When everyone else dropped the ball (Roberto/Bobby & Jason), Luis went above and beyond.
As for Caliber Collision, they are good. Pleased with the repair so far.


I have had service since 1991. First it was Paragon Cable, then Time Warner, now Spectrum. They do not care how long you have been a customer. The bill keeps creeping up a few dollars every few months. I am on auto pay so I don't notice right away. When you call to discuss, they give you some lam excuse. I saw a commercial on TV and noticed an ad on my iPad for new customer rates. I called and asked since the service is in my name, I've been a customer since 1991, my husband has never had service, could we put it in his name and get us a "new" customer rate. Per the representative, "it's not their business model". I pushed the issue where is it in writing, transferred to a Ryan (who was rude and talked over me), I refused to talk to him anymore and asked for someone else. Again, "NO" we can't do that. I thought it was a brilliant idea on my part but you can't have service for 30-days at the address to be qualified as a "new customer". So I will switch to AT&T for 11 or 12 months, then back to Spectrum for 11 or 12 months and keep being a new customer for better rates. I can play their game also and keep saving some money.

Kathryn Has Earned 9 Votes

Kathryn M.'s review of Caliber Collision earned a Very Helpful vote

Kathryn M.'s review of Appleseed earned 2 Very Helpful votes

Kathryn M.'s review of Ocushield earned 3 Very Helpful votes

Kathryn M.'s review of spectrum.com earned 3 Very Helpful votes

Kathryn Has Received 1 Thank You

Marie W. thanked you for your review of spectrum.com

“Cable companies have us by the short hairs! They operate like a Ponzi scheme; give new customers a sizeable break while charging those already committed a steady increase... a monthly bill can go up anywhere from $20 to $30 in one year.”

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