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Special Offer:   Control Techniques Unidrives

Special Discounts on Control Techniques Unidrive Classic spare parts Size 1,2,3,4 & 5 with all the components of Application modules (UD5's & UD7's).

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Review: Prestige Turbos LTD Turbo Reconditioning Experts

Sells turbos on eBay under Presturb and charges a £50 surcharge refundable on old unit return. Returned old unit at expense of £20 but did not refund £50 through PayPal although promising to do so 3 times. Now £70 down.....! If refunded I would have given 5stars

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Review: Xcelsus

One of the worst garage Please avoid this garage

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Special Offer:   Valentine's Day

We will be delivering from 9am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday call 01253591921 or book on our website www.flowersblackpool.co.uk

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Review: St Albans Drivr

Great serive, professional and halpful driver. will pick us up anywhere in St Albans.

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Review: Cosy Kennels

Cat pens are small and run down staff and owners are never there units smell and dogs are stressed always barking people you do see are rude and to rushed

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Review: Argos Ltd

Disgusting. Constantly breaking trading standards rules by advertising false prices just to get you in to store, only to try and get you to buy a dearer item. Rude and unhelpful manager. Latest example, in their window a washing machine priced at 99.99, it had water droplets visible so I thought it was refurb, they said it wasn't and that there was 2 in stock. When I went to buy they said it was priced up wrong and would I like to buy at the normal price of 229.99. This is false advertising to get you in to the store. This breaks trading standards rules. Not the first time, far from it. Manager rude and unhelpful.

Reviewed by Amber Quin today