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Stewart H.

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Experience: Business, Computers & Technology, Food & Drink

Member since August 2017

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4 Reviews by Stewart

3/16/19
The incompetence of this company is astounding!!! Today they managed to deliver my package to the wrong address for the third time in a row!!! I have called each time and today they were supposed to call before delivering. They didn't call. They just delivered the package to the wrong address again! What's worse is that they drive right past my house every time to deliver it to the wrong address. They drive within 10 feet of my carport which has my house number in 4" numbers displayed. I guess it would be too much effort for them to look for a house number.

Stewart C. Hagerman

Member: American Mensa
9/28/18
"Price for Life" is a new plan from CenturyLink.com for those of us that are tired of contracts and the constant need to renegotiate our bill due to constant rate hikes. The brochure offers High Speed Internet up to 10 Megabytes per second (MBPS) for $45.00 per month for as long as you keep the plan. Since it's a good deal I called to take advantage of it. That's when I find out that their High Speed Internet is really Low Speed Turtle Net ! You don't get the 10 Megabytes advertised! You get 10 Megabits (Mbps) or a blindingly slow speed of 1.25 Megabytes. Surprise Surprise!!!

Stewart C. Hagerman

Member: American Mensa
2/19/18
The commercial tells you to connect the product to "cable in" on your TV. It should say to connect to "antenna in" since it is about the cheapest antenna you could buy. Unlike the Rabbit Ears of yesteryear you cannot aim the antenna by itself. You will have to turn the TV to do that. Buy a quality rooftop antenna with a rotator if you want to replace your cable or satellite TV. It only cost a few hundred dollars which will pay for itself very quickly. This is the only way to do it right. As far as the mandate to broadcast over the air free programming I believe that started sometime during the roaring twenties !!!

Stewart C. Hagerman you
Member; American Mensa
8/8/17
This review is for McDonalds chicken nuggets only. When I cut a nugget open I see what appears to be ground-up chicken, guts, bone, skin...not solid chicken breast. The good news is you can get solid breast chicken nuggets at Walmart. Just solid breast chicken! Enjoy!!!

Stewart C. Hagerman

Member: American Mensa

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