Thanks again for your help straightening out the mess of a party I had last week. I attached a screen shot of the ‘strippers’ I had to choose for Julio’s party. I took a photo of the girl they sent me; I wish it were a joke. It was real. I wanted to show you the deceit and trickery I fell victim too with [Company X]. As you can see, they did not send me anyone close to who they had on their site. Is that even legal?
Since you saved my life sending me strippers on short notice, I was hoping you can recommend how I go about getting my cash back from the company. They refuse to pick up my calls. Any help would be appreciated.
I will post as many reviews as I can to warn everybody about [Company X]. You can use this for your site; just don’t use my personal info.
Ron – Manhattan, NY
Unfortunately, we hear stories like Ron’s every week. It gives our industry a bad name and we feel responsible for educating you on what really happens. If you read this letter, consider yourself lucky. At least now Ron has comfort in knowing he helped others.
We help you make the right buying decision by verifying all pictures of our dancers look like them. We take another step (unheard of in the industry) and remove dancer’s pictures who no longer work for us. Leaving unemployed dancers for you to choose from is just as bad as having fake ones up. This is why you may see only a handful of dancers in one area we cover. After successfully entertaining over 180,000 parties, we know what you want and how to get it to you. We hope to earn your business!
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