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Review: New Look Ltd

Business now on airdrie road and under new management but they are incompetent after leaving vehicle to be valeted it was returned with faulty airbag sensor they soaked the inside of vehicle leaving seats wet after being told just to spot clean now vehicle struggling to demist hopefully sensor just wet and will be ok when it drys out but to add insult to injury they refused to accept any responsibility for the issue so leave your vehicle at your own risk.

Reviewed by GARY STEWART today

Review: The Pet Pals.Co

Louise is fab with my dogs, they love their walks and I don’t have to worry about them when I’m at work! Nothing is too much trouble and the fact Louise never takes more than 2 dogs at a time is great because I really didn’t want them to be going with someone who would walk as many as they could! Definitely recommend.

Reviewed by Laura Buckley today

Review: St Dunstans Enterprises

really nice place. great for events and they have really nice sports facilities too

Reviewed by jennifer jerome today

Review: PHDN

They have not operated from this address for years, it is my home and they refuse to change their details. No one can seam to get in touch with them.

Reviewed by Spencer Booth today

Review: The Foot Clinic @

This practitioner is breaking the law! Anyone not on the Register who uses a designated title may be breaking the law and could be prosecuted Each of the professions regulated has one or more “designated titles”. These titles are protected by law. This means that anyone who uses a designated title must be on the HCPC Register. Article 39(1) of the Health Professions Order 2001 makes it a criminal offence for a person, with intent to deceive (whether clearly or by implication) to: say that they are on the HCPC Register; use a designated title to which they are not entitled; or say falsely that they have qualifications in a profession the HCPC regulate. This person needs to review their advertising or they may be prosecuted

Reviewed by Mandy Moore yesterday

Review: C J Wall Plumbing & Electrical Services

BAD JOB. Colin Left a job with over £30k of work left undone that was paid for in full. AVOID at all cost. TERRIBLE NIGHTMARE. Also, see the below. Just terrible service and people. Liquidation Disqualification As at the date of liquidation, the Company’s overall liabilities to unsecured creditors amounted to £77,087, not including people he has taken money from and left high and dry when he had holidays to Florida and living the high life with other peoples money.

Reviewed by Nick Dyer on 24/01/2020

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Contact us to start your hair replacement journey. Strictly by appointment only. Proudly Serving Customers in Cheshire , Greater Manchester and the rest of the UK. Contact Details: Phone: 01625 478137 Email:

Added by Cheshire Hair Replacement Clinic on 24/01/2020

Review: Pj Heard

There is another website which includes all types of information of different business including Business owners name is

Reviewed by Samm Billings on 24/01/2020