Law Offices of Jonathan Dwork – Lawyer in Bridgewater, NJ

Good Service. I contacted this Law Office after I had unfortunately lost one of my front teeth on Christmas Eve of all times. Specifically, I started working with Mr. Dwork after unsafe conditions at Palms Resort caused me to slip in their bathroom and severely injured my mouth and later lost the tooth as a result. i had multiple surgeries to restore. Prior to this injury we even switched rooms because of these unkept bathroom conditions. Mr. Dwork was very easy to work with and his work at the Law Office was stellar and clear cut. I would highly recommend.

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Stamps.Com – Lawyer in Lambertville, NJ

Joke of a service. I used it for shipping packages sold through Amazon and eBay, hoping to take advantage of Stamps.com's alleged discounts plus a free postage offer. Problems with this:a) eBay and Amazon offer the exact same discounts. Amazon charges a small surcharge ($0.07 for media or first class, a bit more for Priority). eBay does not. I'd have to ship about 200 packages through Amazon every month for their surcharges to add up to Stamps.com's $16/month fee.b) The free postage offer is a lie. I used the WTF offer code for "$50 of free postage," but what they don't tell you is that you don't get that postage during the free trial. You receive it in $10 increments over the course of 5 months, starting with the first billed month. And it comes in the form of a voucher that you have to manually redeem. Ridiculous. It's not free postage; it's a temporarily discounted service. But even at $6/month, this service isn't worth using.b) purchasing through eBay and Amazon is faster and infinitely easier. You can do it in your browser with most of the important info prefilled, rather than manually entering all the shipping info into a slow, clunky, confusing piece of external software that looks like it hasn't been updated since 1995. Amazon and eBay also let you compare UPS and FedEx rates. Not withStamps.com.c) WithStamps.com, you can't pay to ship an individual package. You have to buy general-use postage in increments of $10, and then have the shipping costs for each package deducted from your postage balance. When it gets too low, you have to refill that balance. It's an insane system, the only purpose of which is to keep you usingStamps.combecause you don't want to waste that few bucks of balance you always have left over.d) The customer service is horrible. When I emailed them about a login problem, they took 2 days to respond and then gave a canned response that didn't answer my question at all. Because of this delay, they charged the recurring $16/month fee — I'd been trying to login to cancel my account and was unable to do so in time. Even after logging in, I couldn't cancel my account, because they force you to call during business hours to do that. Be prepared to wait on hold for quite some time, and to argue with a pushy salesperson (sorry, customer service rep) trying to convince you not to cancel. Even though the monthly charge was still in a pending state, they refused to cancel it or refund it. I'll be disputing with Visa.

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Stamps.Com – Lawyer in Somerset, NJ

We tried their service in October 2011. We canceled after the free trial. It is not December 2015 and finally, after countless phone calls, we had to CLOSE OUR BANK ACCOUNT to stop their fees!They responded saying they had a phone call with us agreeing to keep the service.Nine dollars a month for years! How do we even get this back? Makes me sick.

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Stamps.Com – Lawyer in Holmdel, NJ

THIS IS A RIPOFF. Your "risk free" Trial will cost you at least $50 (until you can cancel). I thought my trial was free until I started getting $15.99 bills for the privilege of buying stamps through them. They gave me a very hard time about canceling the service.STAY AWAY!

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Stamps.Com – Lawyer in North Haledon, NJ

Yeap, happened to me also after signing up just to compare withUSPS.com:o(…calledStamps.comto complain that I had not approved any $15.99 charge and Stephanie says " yes you have when you first signed up":o(I'm not the only one, just google "Stamps.comfraud" I told her.I did not use their service at all. No matter how I begged, they wouldn't give my money back so I told them luckily I paid for it on my Amazon Visa and I will dispute the charges ;o)I called Visa and they told me "today" there is another charge from them besides the one I'm desputing…uuuggghhhhAmazon Visa has ALWAYS been so good to us when it comes to things like this ;o)

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