On July 15, 2002, I accompanied him to the Great Expectations office in Boca Raton, where he signed a membership contract with Great Expectations for a sum of ,190, which we paid using both my credit card and his.
After using the Great Expectations service for only part of the summer and fall, JR moved to Leon County, Florida, because he was no longer able to live in Palm Beach as he originally planned. Member Representative), who sold him the dating service, pushed him into freezing his account instead of closing it.
At that point, she said that they, Great Expectations, have a copy of his driver's license and phone records, but they've lost the copy of his lease, so JR sent them another copy of his lease. As the fall and spring passed, it was then the summer of 2003.
Again, he had a difficult time getting Nina Emery to return any of his phone calls, and Sheryel Aschfort (I believe her title is G. Center Director), told him to just call back, which he did, but to no avail.
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E., until they basically forced him to drive immediately to Tallahassee at night, after a research proposal meeting he had that same day, in order to get a copy of his contract, a copy of service status report that may eventually result in another check, and this one possibly being a more accurate refund.
This is the best way to manage and repair your business reputation. Consumers want to see how a business took care of business. How those businesses take care of those complaints is what separates good businesses from the rest.During that period, JR was performing his theological/scientific research proposal in Miami.JR had a business cell phone number in the Miami area during that period, which he used while performing his research there.Towards the end of the year of 2002, JR asked for a refund once again from Nina Emery, but she said that she couldn't give him the refund because he had no proof that he was living in Leon County.So JR provided her and her company with the documentation they required, which was a driver's license, phone records in his name, and a copy of his lease in Leon County. At that point, it became hard for JR to get a hold of Nina Emery.Levine, co-owner of Great Expectations, stopped payment on JR's refund check.