It's the second pair of glasses I bought
One lens was light grey and the other dark
Now I'd give Wolcott another chance.
Six easy steps to buying
Trip #1: Bring prescriptions, make selection decisions
(photo-grey, etc.) and give contact info.. phone number (don't leave
message on answering machine, please). Receive a small discount
offer for having screwed up on previous visit -- (one lens was light
grey and the other dark grey).
Trip #2: Pick up glasses / lenses; pay.
Trip #3: Return to explain that one of the lens sets was made wrongly
-- Wolcott forgot to make them photo grey, as agreed. Discover that it would cost $100 dollars more
to re-make the lenses.
Trip #4: Return again to pick up new photo-grey lenses,
after waiting a month (Wolcott left message on answering machine, despite
being told not to -- my answering machine's outgoing message asks that
no message be left on it; and it explains that no one listens to any
messages, in any case.)
Watch Wolcott try to bill over $220 instead of the $100 dollars for
the photo grey job. Apparently Wolcott had forgotten that I had
already paid and mistakenly tried to bill again.
Make this web page.
Does this suck?
A copy of this
web page has been shown or sent to all parties involved.
3-D: Cross your eyes.
| Stereoscopic seeing:
Address: 3145 South
Salt Lake City, Utah
Moran Eye Center
Moran Eye Center and blind
people who can see with their ears [sic]