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Washington post marketplace trash

I live in an apartment complex that clearly states no trespassing and no soliciting yet twice a week those trashy coupon papers are put at each of our doorstep's I have called the Washington Post and ask them not to trespass . We've been instructed to call the police if we see trespassers or solicitation. I spoke to four different people each one of them assured me it won't happen again . 5 weeks later their garbage is still being dumped on each and every of the 200 doorsteps .This last time I spoke to Nathan who refused to give me the supervisors name or their address so I can bring them there and shove them where the sun doesn't shine since they are continuing to break the law, trespass and solicit. The other people that I spoke to our Adrian Kathy and Ms. Massey. I have also filed a complaint to the Better Business Bureau. What gives them the right to trespass and solicit their garbage coupon papers that sit in our hallways making our residence hallways look like a dumping ground for a few days until the cleaning people come? If we want the coupon trash will call and ask for it to be mailed to us
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#894578 Review #894578 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Mclean, Virginia
Reason of review
Poor customer service

Refusal to Deliver

I told the post that I was not renewing April 15, 2016, because I was moving. Now they are refusing to deliver the last 2 Sunday papers. I called about a missed paper and they said they couldn't deliver them because I wasn't renewing. I PAID FOR THESE PAPERS. I was going to buy out of a machine till I moved, but not after this. They now promise a refund for the paper that they COULD have delivered today and I MAY get next weeks paper. Can you believe this? Just because I am not renewing, they believe they do not owe me the papers that I paid for? Everyone I talked to is shocked. I want all their customers to know this in advance.
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#822404 Review #822404 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Alexandria, Virginia
Reason of review
Problem with delivery

Senator Cruz

The Washington Post Newspaper needs to be shut down!!! Horrible!!! Who hires these idiots?! We use to have News in America and like all other things, it has become a land of idiots - how shameful! The editor needs to be banished out of the country and the owner needs to be bought out tarred and feathered out of America!! Why does anybody read this disgusting left wing subscription? I think they only hire losers because they are cheaper. Cheaper gets you less brain material, as has been shown w/Senator Cruz and the picture of his children. Why don't they post a picture of the Clinton's ugly kid? OH NO!! Can't do that! That would be too much truth!
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#757123 Review #757123 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Failure to refund $ after cancellation

I cancelled my subscription when I moved on June 12, 2014. The Post claims it is processing the refund, however, it is now September 6, 2014 and still no check. Then they claimed they mailed it to the wrong address, the address that I moved from even though I gave them the new address. Every time you call the Post they have another excuse. The Post agrees that I am owed $70.22. Moral of this complaint is: never trust the Washington Post and never pre- pay as the Post cannot be trusted to honor their obligation to the consumer.
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#530835 Review #530835 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Charlottesville, Virginia
Reason of review
Poor customer service
Loss
$71
Preferred solution
Full refund

Raspberry Ketone reviewed by Washington Post

The Washington Post newspaper published a review about Raspberry Ketone one month ago. I would normally not buy any advertised pills to reduce weight but the Washington Post published an inaccurate article saying that people reduced a number of pounds taking pills of Raspberry Ketone in only one week as if it was a breakthrough event. I bought those pills trusting the professionalism of the Washington Post but I did not reduce any weight in one month. My complaint is against the Washington Post for publishing a sensationalist article without probing the accuracy of the product that the newspaper was publishing. I will not read anymore The Washington Post because it publishes LIES.
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#953260

Does n

#665086

Let me guess, you were only taking the pills? I have a feeling you failed to exercise and watch what you ate & drank! :cry

#953262
@PissedConsumer665086

Does not work. Exercise and dieted but no results than what would normally get from dieting.

Also checked bank statements as didn't no how much they were and horrified to discover €400 taken from account!

Didn't even know anything about the aloe cleanse! My bank said it was a scam a d had other complaints about the company!

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#419587 Review #419587 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Washington, District Of Columbia
Loss
$74