• Reviewed by: chad.gilbert  on: 2018/12/16 0:00:01
    Ordered a ton of food for delivery on 12/11/18. Your Order ID: 522434312. Confirmation received at 4:55pm and I got the final call from an employee at 6:55pm (two hours later) stating— no, arguing— with me, stating the driver had been calling me repeatedly for some time now “WHERE WAS I!?” Well, this obviously will come as a surprise, but I’ve been STARING AT MY PHONE for about an hour and a half now, waiting for a call suggesting why a 5min 30sec drive from Jin Jin to my office is taking 2 HOURS. So no, he hasn’t been calling me repeatedly. Sorry. Maybe his cell service cut out repeatedly, but my call log suggests no calls were made— just slow service. I repeated three times that no he hadn’t called me, but to answer his question I’m at the delivery address where he should be. After finishing arguing over silly, irrelevant garbage, the food was delivered. Cold. Two hours cold. No white rice for one/some of the entrees. And let’s backtrack to how i entered my credit card info ONLINE WHEN I ORDERED at 4:55pm... yet i was woken up today at 11am (i work nights) to FIVE back to back calls from Jin Jin wanting to collect the money they were owed. I went in in person to pay once i fully woke up. I’ve since blocked their phone number and would ask that they do the same to mine. The hostess WAS very, very polite and professional and offered to explore options to remedy the situation. She made every effort to clean up after the poor *** service and poor *** management from the night prior. She handled herself well. Props. The rest of that circus, not so much. 谢天谢地 Chad
  • Reviewed by: chad.gilbert  on: 2018/12/15 23:59:36
    Ordered a ton of food for delivery on 12/11/18. Your Order ID: 522434312. Confirmation received at 4:55pm and I got the final call from an employee at 6:55pm (two hours later) stating— no, arguing— with me, stating the driver had been calling me repeatedly for some time now “WHERE WAS I!?” Well, this obviously will come as a surprise, but I’ve been STARING AT MY PHONE for about an hour and a half now, waiting for a call suggesting why a 5min 30sec drive from Jin Jin to my office is taking 2 HOURS. So no, he hasn’t been calling me repeatedly. Sorry. Maybe his cell service cut out repeatedly, but my call log suggests no calls were made— just slow service. I repeated three times that no he hadn’t called me, but to answer his question I’m at the delivery address where he should be. After finishing arguing over silly, irrelevant garbage, the food was delivered. Cold. Two hours cold. No white rice for one/some of the entrees. And let’s backtrack to how i entered my credit card info ONLINE WHEN I ORDERED at 4:55pm... yet i was woken up today at 11am (i work nights) to FIVE back to back calls from Jin Jin wanting to collect the money they were owed. I went in in person to pay once i fully woke up. I’ve since blocked their phone number and would ask that they do the same to mine. The hostess WAS very, very polite and professional and offered to explore options to remedy the situation. She made every effort to clean up after the poor *** service and poor *** management from the night prior. She handled herself well. Props. The rest of that circus, not so much. Fix your website so it takes payment when a credit card is entered. Get a GPS tracker on your drivers who take 2 hours to deliver 5min 30sec away. Reconsider your role in management, whomever oversaw this shift that night. 谢天谢地 Chad
  • Reviewed by: chad.gilbert  on: 2018/12/15 23:58:55
    Ordered a ton of food for delivery on 12/11/18. Your Order ID: 522434312. Confirmation received at 4:55pm and I got the final call from an employee at 6:55pm (two hours later) stating— no, arguing— with me, stating the driver had been calling me repeatedly for some time now “WHERE WAS I!?” Well, this obviously will come as a surprise, but I’ve been STARING AT MY PHONE for about an hour and a half now, waiting for a call suggesting why a 5min 30sec drive from Jin Jin to my office is taking 2 HOURS. So no, he hasn’t been calling me repeatedly. Sorry. Maybe his cell service cut out repeatedly, but my call log suggests no calls were made— just slow service. I repeated three times that no he hadn’t called me, but to answer his question I’m at the delivery address where he should be. After finishing arguing over silly, irrelevant garbage, the food was delivered. Cold. Two hours cold. No white rice for one/some of the entrees. And let’s backtrack to how i entered my credit card info ONLINE WHEN I ORDERED at 4:55pm... yet i was woken up today at 11am (i work nights) to FIVE back to back calls from Jin Jin wanting to collect the money they were owed. I went in in person to pay once i fully woke up. I’ve since blocked their phone number and would ask that they do the same to mine. The hostess WAS very, very polite and professional and offered to explore options to remedy the situation. She made every effort to clean up after the poor *** service and poor *** management from the night prior. She handled herself well. Props. The rest of that circus, not so much. Fix your website so it takes payment when a credit card is entered. Get a GPS tracker on your drivers who take 2 hours to deliver 5min 30sec away. Reconsider your role in management, whomever oversaw this shift that night. 谢天谢地 Chad
  • Reviewed by: hurleyboy102087  on: 2018/12/15 23:57:17
    Ordered a ton of food for delivery on 12/11/18. Your Order ID: 522434312. Confirmation received at 4:55pm and I got the final call from an employee at 6:55pm (two hours later) stating— no, arguing— with me, stating the driver had been calling me repeatedly for some time now “WHERE WAS I!?” Well, this obviously will come as a surprise, but I’ve been STARING AT MY PHONE for about an hour and a half now, waiting for a call suggesting why a 5min 30sec drive from Jin Jin to my office is taking 2 HOURS. So no, he hasn’t been calling me repeatedly. Sorry. Maybe his cell service cut out repeatedly, but my call log suggests no calls were made— just slow service. I repeated three times that no he hadn’t called me, but to answer his question I’m at the delivery address where he should be. After finishing arguing over silly, irrelevant garbage, the food was delivered. Cold. Two hours cold. No white rice for one/some of the entrees. And let’s backtrack to how i entered my credit card info ONLINE WHEN I ORDERED at 4:55pm... yet i was woken up today at 11am (i work nights) to FIVE back to back calls from Jin Jin wanting to collect the money they were owed. I went in in person to pay once i fully woke up. I’ve since blocked their phone number and would ask that they do the same to mine. The hostess WAS very, very polite and professional and offered to explore options to remedy the situation. She made every effort to clean up after the poor *** service and poor *** management from the night prior. She handled herself well. Props. The rest of that circus, not so much. Fix your website so it takes payment when a credit card is entered. Get a GPS tracker on your drivers who take 2 hours to deliver 5min 30sec away. And reconsider your role in management, whomever oversaw this shift last night. Chad
  • Reviewed by: hurleyboy102087  on: 2018/12/15 23:57:07
    Ordered a ton of food for delivery on 12/11/18. Your Order ID: 522434312. Confirmation received at 4:55pm and I got the final call from an employee at 6:55pm (two hours later) stating— no, arguing— with me, stating the driver had been calling me repeatedly for some time now “WHERE WAS I!?” Well, this obviously will come as a surprise, but I’ve been STARING AT MY PHONE for about an hour and a half now, waiting for a call suggesting why a 5min 30sec drive from Jin Jin to my office is taking 2 HOURS. So no, he hasn’t been calling me repeatedly. Sorry. Maybe his cell service cut out repeatedly, but my call log suggests no calls were made— just slow service. I repeated three times that no he hadn’t called me, but to answer his question I’m at the delivery address where he should be. After finishing arguing over silly, irrelevant garbage, the food was delivered. Cold. Two hours cold. No white rice for one/some of the entrees. And let’s backtrack to how i entered my credit card info ONLINE WHEN I ORDERED at 4:55pm... yet i was woken up today at 11am (i work nights) to FIVE back to back calls from Jin Jin wanting to collect the money they were owed. I went in in person to pay once i fully woke up. I’ve since blocked their phone number and would ask that they do the same to mine. The hostess WAS very, very polite and professional and offered to explore options to remedy the situation. She made every effort to clean up after the poor *** service and poor *** management from the night prior. She handled herself well. Props. The rest of that circus, not so much. Fix your website so it takes payment when a credit card is entered. Get a GPS tracker on your drivers who take 2 hours to deliver 5min 30sec away. And reconsider your role in management, whomever oversaw this shift last night. 谢天谢地 Chad
  • Reviewed by: chad.gilbert  on: 2018/12/15 23:56:41
    Ordered a ton of food for delivery on 12/11/18. Your Order ID: 522434312. Confirmation received at 4:55pm and I got the final call from an employee at 6:55pm (two hours later) stating— no, arguing— with me, stating the driver had been calling me repeatedly for some time now “WHERE WAS I!?” Well, this obviously will come as a surprise, but I’ve been STARING AT MY PHONE for about an hour and a half now, waiting for a call suggesting why a 5min 30sec drive from Jin Jin to my office is taking 2 HOURS. So no, he hasn’t been calling me repeatedly. Sorry. Maybe his cell service cut out repeatedly, but my call log suggests no calls were made— just slow service. I repeated three times that no he hadn’t called me, but to answer his question I’m at the delivery address where he should be. After finishing arguing over silly, irrelevant garbage, the food was delivered. Cold. Two hours cold. No white rice for one/some of the entrees. And let’s backtrack to how i entered my credit card info ONLINE WHEN I ORDERED at 4:55pm... yet i was woken up today at 11am (i work nights) to FIVE back to back calls from Jin Jin wanting to collect the money they were owed. I went in in person to pay once i fully woke up. I’ve since blocked their phone number and would ask that they do the same to mine. The hostess WAS very, very polite and professional and offered to explore options to remedy the situation. She made every effort to clean up after the poor *** service and poor *** management from the night prior. She handled herself well. Props. The rest of that circus, not so much. Fix your website so it takes payment when a credit card is entered. Get a GPS tracker on your drivers who take 2 hours to deliver 5min 30sec away. And reconsider your role in management, whomever oversaw this shift that night. 谢天谢地 Chad
  • Reviewed by: chad.gilbert  on: 2018/12/15 23:55:59
    Ordered a ton of food for delivery on 12/11/18. Your Order ID: 522434312. Confirmation received at 4:55pm and I got the final call from an employee at 6:55pm (two hours later) stating— no, arguing— with me, stating the driver had been calling me repeatedly for some time now “WHERE WAS I!?” Well, this obviously will come as a surprise, but I’ve been STARING AT MY PHONE for about an hour and a half now, waiting for a call suggesting why a 5min 30sec drive from Jin Jin to my office is taking 2 HOURS. So no, he hasn’t been calling me repeatedly. Sorry. Maybe his cell service cut out repeatedly, but my call log suggests no calls were made— just slow service. I repeated three times that no he hadn’t called me, but to answer his question I’m at the delivery address where he should be. After finishing arguing over silly, irrelevant garbage, the food was delivered. Cold. Two hours cold. No white rice for one/some of the entrees. And let’s backtrack to how i entered my credit card info ONLINE WHEN I ORDERED at 4:55pm... yet i was woken up today at 11am (i work nights) to FIVE back to back calls from Jin Jin wanting to collect the money they were owed. I went in in person to pay once i fully woke up. I’ve since blocked their phone number and would ask that they do the same to mine. The hostess WAS very, very polite and professional and offered to explore options to remedy the situation. She made every effort to clean up after the poor *** service and poor *** management from the night prior. She handled herself well. Props. The rest of that circus, not so much. Fix your website so it takes payment when a credit card is entered. Get a GPS tracker on your drivers who take 2 hours to deliver 5min 30sec away. And reconsider your role in management, whomever oversaw this shift that night. 谢天谢地 Chad
  • Reviewed by: chad.gilbert  on: 2018/12/15 23:55:35
    Ordered a ton of food for delivery on 12/11/18. Your Order ID: 522434312. Confirmation received at 4:55pm and I got the final call from an employee at 6:55pm (two hours later) stating— no, arguing— with me, stating the driver had been calling me repeatedly for some time now “WHERE WAS I!?” Well, this obviously will come as a surprise, but I’ve been STARING AT MY PHONE for about an hour and a half now, waiting for a call suggesting why a 5min 30sec drive from Jin Jin to my office is taking 2 HOURS. So no, he hasn’t been calling me repeatedly. Sorry. Maybe his cell service cut out repeatedly, but my call log suggests no calls were made— just slow service. I repeated three times that no he hadn’t called me, but to answer his question I’m at the delivery address where he should be. After finishing arguing over silly, irrelevant garbage, the food was delivered. Cold. Two hours cold. No white rice for one/some of the entrees. And let’s backtrack to how i entered my credit card info ONLINE WHEN I ORDERED at 4:55pm... yet i was woken up today at 11am (i work nights) to FIVE back to back calls from Jin Jin wanting to collect the money they were owed. I went in in person to pay once i fully woke up. I’ve since blocked their phone number and would ask that they do the same to mine. The hostess WAS very, very polite and professional and offered to explore options to remedy the situation. She made every effort to clean up after the poor *** service and poor *** management from the night prior. She handled herself well. Props. The rest of that circus, not so much. Fix your website so it takes payment when a credit card is entered. Get a GPS tracker on your drivers who take 2 hours to deliver 5min 30sec away. And reconsider your role in management, whomever oversaw this shift last night. 谢天谢地 Chad
  • Reviewed by: chad.gilbert  on: 2018/12/15 23:55:24
    Ordered a ton of food for delivery on 12/11/18. Your Order ID: 522434312. Confirmation received at 4:55pm and I got the final call from an employee at 6:55pm (two hours later) stating— no, arguing— with me, stating the driver had been calling me repeatedly for some time now “WHERE WAS I!?” Well, this obviously will come as a surprise, but I’ve been STARING AT MY PHONE for about an hour and a half now, waiting for a call suggesting why a 5min 30sec drive from Jin Jin to my office is taking 2 HOURS. So no, he hasn’t been calling me repeatedly. Sorry. Maybe his cell service cut out repeatedly, but my call log suggests no calls were made— just slow service. I repeated three times that no he hadn’t called me, but to answer his question I’m at the delivery address where he should be. After finishing arguing over silly, irrelevant garbage, the food was delivered. Cold. Two hours cold. No white rice for one/some of the entrees. And let’s backtrack to how i entered my credit card info ONLINE WHEN I ORDERED at 4:55pm... yet i was woken up today at 11am (i work nights) to FIVE back to back calls from Jin Jin wanting to collect the money they were owed. I went in in person to pay once i fully woke up. I’ve since blocked their phone number and would ask that they do the same to mine. The hostess WAS very, very polite and professional and offered to explore options to remedy the situation. She made every effort to clean up after the poor *** service and poor *** management from the night prior. She handled herself well. Props. The rest of that circus, not so much. Fix your website so it takes payment when a credit card is entered. Get a GPS tracker on your drivers who take 2 hours to deliver 5min 30sec away. And reconsider your role in management, whomever oversaw this shift last night. 谢天谢地 Chad
  • Reviewed by: test  on: 2017/11/22 18:43:44
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