- Report: #1082634
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Complaint Review: Pam Pike, Reno, Nevada
Pam Pike, Reno, Nevada5060 Meadowood Mall Cir Reno, Nevada USA
Pam Pike, Reno, Nevada - Ageless Zone, Endless Scars Internet
*Consumer Comment: Products
*Consumer Comment: Ageless Zone, Pam Pike, Reno Nevada
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I’ve got a new name for Pam Pike of Reno, Nevada’s Ageless Zone spa: it’s “Pam Scam.”
Come-ons and up-sells. Get ‘em in the door and hook ‘em on anything, whether they need it or not. That’s what Pam Scam is all about. Skimping on inferior products? Make it seem like it’s the best stuff on earth. Customer complaints about contracting infections, nail fungus and scarring from laser treatments? Yeah, well ... sorry, no refunds.
Pam Scam hires and fires people without paying them. Her Ageless Zone spa not only treats employees poorly, she and the spa provide substandard service as well. Not a great combination. You can always tell when employees like what they do or where they work and when they don’t.
By the way, next time you see Pam Scam, ask her why her husband, Ernie Pike, lost his chiropractic license. That’s quite a story. We’ll save that one for later.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/07/2013 10:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Pam-Pike-Reno-Nevada-/Reno-Nevada/Pam-Pike-Reno-Nevada-Ageless-Zone-Endless-Scars-Internet-1082634. 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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