Miracle Ear Corporate Headquarters

Miracle Ear Corporate Headquarters
Miracle Ear Corporate Headquarters 5000 Cheshire Parkway North Minneapolis, MN 55446
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Miracle Ear Corporate Headquarters

Miracle Ear Corporate Headquarters is a Medical Supplies facility at 5000 Cheshire Parkway North in Minneapolis, MN.
Primary Specialty

Medical Supplies

Services Miracle Ear Corporate Headquarters is a medical supply company in Minneapolis, MN. Call Miracle Ear Corporate Headquarters at 18007613103 for a detailed description of the medical equipment offered.

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Consumer Feedback
(18 Reviews)
Service
3.5 star average for Service
Environment
3 star average for Environment
Expertise
2 star average for Expertise
Staff
3 star average for Staff
Recommended
3 star average for Recommended
Value
3 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
If I could give NO STARS I would. Very poor. The worst service at franchise level. Franchises opened during limited hours and days. No one knows what is going on. Owners of franchises are not boaed certified audiologists but just people trained by Miracle Ear. Stick with your ear, nose and throat audiologist! You'll save yourself a lot of time, headaches and money!!!
I went into the office at Riverdale, Utah. The manager there is Todd Kelson. I ordered the hearing aids on Dec. 6, 2016 but I cancelled the order on Dec. 13, 2016. Now Todd Kelson claims I owe him $568.50 for "professional fees". I received a flyer for a FREE hearing test, evaluation and 30 day trial. I have NEVER had the hearing aids but a charge for $3,790.00 has been made to my CareCredit account. I have had to make a payment to CareCredit for $124.00 in January and another one is due for February and the charge is still outstanding. He made me sign a paper so I could receive a return of the charge. The paper said I owe him $568.50 for "returns", but when I asked for a copy of the paper he had changed the wording from "returns" to "professional fees". I do not owe him $568.50, it was a free offer and I cancelled before I ever received the hearing aids. What "professional fees" could there be on a free offer. I am to the point of taking him to court unless this is taken care of quickly. I have already been in contact with our local television stations consumer advocate. He is looking into this. I would suggest before Miracle-Ear is plastered all over the news that I receive a full refund, including money I have already paid.
Recent Polls
Was the retail store easy to locate?
Fairly Easy
Did the staff at this retail store pressure you to purchase any unnecessary products during your visit?
Somewhat
Was the staff at this retail store friendly?
Yes
Are you going to visit this retail store again?
Sure
Did this retail store have reasonable prices?
Yes
Was the staff at this retail store friendly?
They did what I asked, not a bit more
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