Davisvision - Disgusted Lack of Professionalism

Review by jmanz704 on 2013-06-13
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LITTLE NECK, NEW YORK -- Although my over all experience was ok. there was an outstanding women there. She has blonde curly hair and been there for years. Needless to say she knows her stuff, and very, very polite. I went to choose a frame and my husband was being fitted for contacts. I showed them the frames I picked out. Both said they like them I ask this nice girl do you think they can be made for bi-focals. yes she said. I proceeded up to the front and the salesman said no. But I advised him already that another clerk said it was fine. He was a Spanish greasy pony tailed man. I asked a simple question why is his lenses so dark. He snapped at me and said I have light sensitivity. Oh so do I. never a comment after that.
now for the best part when I picked up my glasses I felt like I was drunk. Went back a couple of days because I could not take it. The dumb person who gave me an eye exam increased my vision for distance. I decided to go back to my old glasses. Then I had to wait an additional 2 weeks. Altogether a month for this process. I am now going to have real eye exams by an eye doctor and get frames by division or BJ's. I am done with the stupidity of a shoemaker operation. These are my eyes for GODs sake.....
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2013-06-13
Posted by Weedwhacked on 2013-06-13:
Aren't the ones who give you the eye exams doctors, (optometrists)? How did you know the greasy-pony tailed guy was from Spain?
Posted by Johanna on 2013-06-13:
Opthomologists are the doctors who perform the eye exams. Optometrists are the people who acutally shape the lenses for the glasses.

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