Yelper comes clean with Debbie at Mia Bella Couture 10% strategy to get beyond their 2.5 star Yelp status on Apr 18th 2017.
This one posted on Feb 23rd 2019 that she drove from out of town and couldn’t use restroom before started trying on bridal dresses at Mia Bella Couture.
This Yelp review describes how bad her experience has been dealing with Debbie on Jan 13th 2019.
This Yelper came all the way from MD to deal with Debbie on Jan 12th 2019.
This one time on Jan 4th 2019 the Yelper posted this about Mia Bella Couture being an absolute nightmare.
We have seen this yelp post on Dec 4th 2018 where Debbie of Mia Bella Couture acts helpful only to reveal her true self out towards the end of the interaction.
Wow! On Nov 16th 2018 Yelper calls Debbie a liar at Mia Bella Couture.
Aug 22nd 2018 Mia Bella Couture strikes again with another hit to their reputation.
Back on Aug 22nd 2018 Debbie was yelling at this Yelper and brought daughter to tears more than once.
My lawyer explained that before I file with small claims court against Mia Bella Couture that I should send a demand letter. This letter with the certified delivery offered by the post office which is probably the least expensive certified service. Even though FedEx and UPS both prove delivery, but aren’t certified mail services. Not only are they less expensive but if you are dealing with one government agency (courthouse), it makes sense to use the other government agency to deliver the mail.
I sent the demand letter before I filed with small claims court was easy since my claim is straightforward against Mia Bella Couture. Whatever the reason they claim they charged me for couldn’t have been authenticated unless they have my authorization to charge my credit card. Best practices for accepting credit cards is described by Square, Sage, and Visa on page 20.