- Report: #842822
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Complaint Review: Massage Heights in Rochester Hills,
Massage Heights in Rochester Hills,3050 Walton Boulevard Rochester Hills, Michigan United States of America
Massage Heights in Rochester Hills, Massage Heights of University Square untrained therapists, rude staff, mean owner, terrible treatment Rochester Hills, Michigan
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When he moved to my shoulders, he kept pushing on the bone - hard. I told him it hurt and he tried to explain that that is probably where I hold my tension. He kept pushing on the bone and I told him it hurt and asked him to stop because it just didn't feel good. He got a little offended, but stopped.
The horrible massage ended with my choice of elevation - the peppermint foot scrub. I have to take some responsability because I chose this without asking for information. I expected it to be a relaxing way to exfoliate and moisturize and get my feet rubbed. Sounded nice. It was not relaxing when he applied the scrub. Then, I went home with freezing cold feet because of the type of lotion they use - the same kind of chemical that is in icy hot or mineral ice. Not a good feeling! Who likes cold feet?!
I have never had to tell a massage therapist to stop doing something before. Maybe when they ask, I would request more or less pressure in some areas, but never have I felt the need to correct what they were doing. Aren't they supposed to know these things?
When I got around to telling the owner of this location about my experience, she told me that she didn't believe it was all that bad because I didn't say something right away. This conversation only happened after over a month of calling and being told that the owner was the only one who could help me and that she was not in at the moment and would call me back. By the time I actually got to talk to her, I was completely turned off to the establishment.
Her suggestion to come back and try a different massage therapist was more of a slap in the face than an effort at customer service. She refused to offer any kind of refund and kept referring back to the contract. My husband paid almost $700 for me to have a nice massage once a month for a year. Instead, I had one horrible massage experience followed by the worst treatment by any retail owner I've encountered.
The owner compared the membership to a gift certificate - but, even with gift certificates you don't have an expiration date to use it. She also compared it to her husband buying her a diamond ring she didn't like - but, at least she could sell it and get some of the money back. She then said that it was like a gym membership - but, if you don't like the gym, you can cancel. They don't ask you to pay a year upfront with no way to cancel.
I also spoke to the corporate office after the manager inferred that a refund was out of her control and suggested I call them. They told me that all membership issues are handled by the franchise owner and she has complete control over refunds. They did not offer me any help either.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/22/2012 10:31 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Massage-Heights-in-Rochester-Hills/Rochester-Hills-Michigan-48309/Massage-Heights-in-Rochester-Hills-Massage-Heights-of-University-Square-untrained-therap-842822. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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