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Question DetailsAsked on 7/30/2013

Is there a way to note that a service provider did things to try to compensate for a bad experience?

I gave a hair salon a D for poor service. The owner called me and offered a $50 gift certificate and some free product to make up for my bad experience.

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If you choose to try this service provider again, you can write another review.


Also, if you'd like to revise your review, you can do so online or by calling our Member Services team.

After you log in, click “My Reviews” at the bottom left of the home page. Each review will have a button to “Update” the review. Click that, and you'll be able to make edits to your review.

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Answered 6 years ago by HughV




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