Anne Archer Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Anne Archer (born August 24, 1947) is an American actress. She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for the 1987 film Fatal Attraction. On stage, she starred as Mrs Robinson in the West End production of The Graduate in 2001. Archer married William Davis in 1969. They had one son, Thomas William "Tommy" Davis, born on August 18, 1972. The couple divorced in 1977.[11] She married Terry Jastrow in 1979. They have one son together, Jeffrey Tucker Jastrow, born on October 18, 1984. She was originally a Christian Scientist, but her husband and she have been members of the Church of Scientology since 1975. Between 1982 and 1986, she was a spokeswoman for Applied Scholastics, the literacy training organization sponsored by the Church of Scientology. Her son Tommy was the head of the Church of Scientology's Celebrity Centre International in Los Angeles.

A member shared this in a review "I know Anne Archer & she can be an absolute sweetheart, but when it comes to the cult, she's just another mindfucked apologist for Scientology that will lie to protect the psychotic dwarf. Notice she always tries to control the interviews with her. She did it with John Sweeney & she did it here. "And with a fixed smile and a determined look in her eye, she added: “This article should not be about Scientology.” I wonder what she'll say when Jessica has her baby & it looks nothing like Tommy."


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Gordon Holmes says

"In Feb 2012 8 purchased a Tissot mens watch from them, in the May of the same year that watch had condensation inside it (and I did not wear it when washing or swimming in it) I contacted Richard by email who replied to say if I sent it back to them they would repair it. I sent it back recorded delivery and waited, and waited , and waited. I then emailed 3 or 4 times and phoned and eventually got to speak to Richard who said he had not received any of my email? , he said that he didn't think they would be getting any more in to send me a replacement so offered to refund me, obviously I snapped his hand off. After many more emails I never received any refund. I stopped chasing is as my son had been found to have a brain tumor so it was no longer a priority. But 3 years later now my son is fine and it's probably too late to do anything now but I just thought I would warn people off dealing with them"

Anne Archer says

"This company has a contact e mail on terms and conditions you cant access also a customer service number also not accessable be aware in now in dispute with the company over a faulty £310.00 pound watch which i worked hard to pay for and have absolutely no response therefor further action taken just beware pay the extra for a reputable source"

F Griffiths says

"My rating is 0 reason being I ordered a watch on 24/11/2011. On the 8/12/2011 I called the online watch company to ask where my watch was as I had heard nothing from them. I was told it was 15 working day (not 15 days as it says on their website). I did confirm with them I would receive the watch before Christmas and was assured of this. However on the evening of 19/12/2011 my husband had a call to say that the supplier had changed the dates therefore I would not get the watch until after Christmas and they would phone at 12 noon the next day to speak to me. Needless to say I had to call them and cancelled the order. They are completely unreliable and have left me with no present for my son 6 days before Christmas."

R says

"I ordered a TW Steel gents watch model CE1014. At the time of order it said "delivery within 5 days" so on day 4 when I received an email saying the order had been dispatched I was quite happy that I would receive the watch on day 5 as detailed at the time of order. However there was no tracking number in the email, just an empty space underneath the sentence "here is your tracking number" So it begins. I was away from home on a short break visiting with a relative at the time the watch was due to arrive and as the watch was due to be a birthday gift for said relative I put the delivery address as my relatives address. Not an outrageous concept I'm sure you will agree. On day 5 after the watch had not arrived before 1300pm as Royal Mail special deliveries should, I called the number provided on my email correspondence explaining that my dispatch email did not include a tracking number. I spoke to a man called Richard who said that he would contact the dispatch team and assured me I would receive a call back from him within 5 minutes. An hour and 20 minutes later I had received no such call. I tried to call back numerous times to no avail so I sent an email highlighting my concerns about what appeared to be a very suspicious series of events. Richard soon emailed back to say that he had been busy and could not answer the phone. I then pointed out that when I spend £370 on a watch and the representative of the company selling me that watch says he'll ring me back in 5 minutes, I expect that call to come in 5 minutes. Basic customer service. Richard replied via email, (all of our correspondence was in email format from this point) apologised, gave me my tracking number and informed me that the watch had actually been delivered to my home address and not the specified delivery address under "instruction from the bank" due to the "suspicious" distance between my billing and delivery addresses (The west country to the north east of England is known to be particularly incredulous distance?) He went on to say that the dispatch team had tried to call me 3 times that day but were unable to get through or leave a message. Quite frankly a lie that does not go over in the 21st century. I had signal all day, I had not been on the phone all day and I have a voice mail facility set up to accommodate the aforementioned instances where one may be unreachable. Having worked in the financial industry I was quite sure that this was an absurd reason to give for the watch being sent to the wrong address. So to be thorough I called the bank to enquire. The bank confirmed this was a nonsense reason and that the bank has nothing to do with the delivery of an item. By this point I had used the tracking number and true to Richard's word the watch had indeed been sent to my home address. Needless to say I was no longer suspicious about not receiving the watch however I was now furious that the watch had clearly been sent to the billing address by mistake and rather than just admit it, a elaborate story had been made up to cover the mistake. When I put this to Richard and explained how embarrassing it was for me that I would not be able to present the watch as a birthday gift as intended the story was tweaked. Apparently what the dispatch team meant when they said "bank" was that they use a fraud screening company that gives each order a fraud score and my order must have had such a low score that the order was not cancelled no no no, but sent to my home address. Which is to say if I indeed was an impostor trying to obtain this watch by deception and using stolen card details I would have not received the watch. However some poor guy would be out of pocket £370, sure he'd have the surprise of a watch he didn't order but he'd be down £370 just the same. The Online Watch Company are so concerned about fraud that they not only still take payment and dispatch goods when they suspect possible fraud but they tell the potential fraudster that they suspect him! which is illegal I should add. After a ridiculous series of argumentative emails between Richard and myself I decided to call it a day since he would not accept that he had been caught out. The Online Watch company's customer service is so appalling that Richard insists that they delivered on everything they said they would and he does not see where they have failed. All I wanted was for the guy to be a man and tell me they had made an error with the delivery details, instead what I got was a laughable hole of lies dug with the inexperienced shovel of a man well out of his depth in the relatively easy art of selling watches. There is a reason why they're cheaper than anywhere else, they have no idea how to deal with the average customer. Avoid. Spend a little bit more and pay for a good service as well as the product. Exactly what I intend to do next time."

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