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Review: Evergreen - Lisa

Wayne1250

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Crazy that they hit TO and not 309 Evergreen. 309 would have been a much bigger bust, I'm surprised the business next door never complained about them. I agree with Ellocohombre above and by coincidence another member messaged me yesterday with the same concern that 309 was getting too many reviews and too much visibility. He almost predicted that something was going to happen soon. There is plenty of info here for all the girls, no need to repeat the same thing over and over.
 

Devdev

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309 has more more customers, assuming they have the money/pull to be able to avoid such visits. After reading up on it, no charges were filled, seems like they just wanted to put on a show for the townsfolk.
 

Wayne1250

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I thought we were encouraged to write reviews to keep VIP status?
Yes, that is true but it's a double edged sword. Do you really need immediate review credits, or is some discretion advisable to keep the reviews down for an over popular spa that already has too many reviews. I count 9 review threads for 309 Evergreen out of 20 reviews on the first page for Reviews-PA Other Areas. That seems a little repetitive, don't you think?
 

Wick13

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Yes, that is true but it's a double edged sword. Do you really need immediate review credits, or is some discretion advisable to keep the reviews down for an over popular spa that already has too many reviews. I count 9 review threads for 309 Evergreen out of 20 reviews on the first page for Reviews-PA Other Areas. That seems a little repetitive, don't you think?
Fair enough. I've contributed to that as an eager new hobbyist. I'll refrain from adding a review until I run out of VIP.
 

oldhorndog53

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Fair enough. I've contributed to that as an eager new hobbyist. I'll refrain from adding a review until I run out of VIP.
Don’t sell yourself short. Your contribution is significant given your 3-week tenure here. And it’s not just the reviews. 11 of your posts (including the one above) out of 15 total since you joined AMPR have been about this 1 venue. Way too much buzz. Please tone it down.
 

TheRiceGuy

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Veterans have been warning people for months, this place has so much traffic that I’m amazed there are no issues, like someone said maybe they have some fall or it’s a money thing. But yeah posting reviews on the same provider by 20 different people doesn’t help
 

Wick13

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Don’t sell yourself short. Your contribution is significant given your 3-week tenure here. And it’s not just the reviews. 11 of your posts (including the one above) out of 15 total since you joined AMPR have been about this 1 venue. Way too much buzz. Please tone it down.
I just posted that I acknowledged I was likely part of the issue, and said I would tone it down. Did I not express the exact right amount of regret to your liking? I guess if this is how you make yourself feel better, go right ahead. I hope you have a better day.
 
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