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I am a novice who just got my card. The young women were so helpful and made sure I knew of the best way to stretch my dollar. I'm happy they are so close to home. Will be going back for sure.
I'm male and pansexual, my appearance includes earrings, jewelry, and nail polish - and male clothing. So why, then, did the doctor ask if I was a transvestite? GRRRRRRR. You don't even ASK those kinds of questions, even as an MD, unless there's a reason for it. There wasn't.
And no, Doctor "Beech," I am NOT a transvestite. And I will NOT be coming back.
I called these folks yesterday and told them I was headed their way and was told that I needed to be there by 5:00 in order to see the Doctor. After driving for 45 minutes I then called from the car to say that I was having trouble finding the place and that the GPS had led me to a residential neighborhood… The young lady asked; “Did you put ‘Way’ as the street type?” I said I just cut and pasted it DIRECTLY from WeedMaps. She said “we have no power over what address weedmaps puts on their site” and “Can you just come by tomorrow”? So, clearly they knew that “Way” being added to their address was going to land you in a residential area… Wouldn’t you think that if there was a KNOWN issue with a PUBLISHED address that they might take steps to make sure people aren’t driving around the wrong neighborhood?!?! Also, if you are aware of the problem… It would probably be good to have a game plan for people that do get the wrong location information… How about saying: “I am so sorry for the mix-up… How about if you come by tomorrow and we can give you a discount”, or “So sorry for the inconvenience, you aren’t far from our actual location… We will wait an extra 10 minutes to take care of you”.
I have to say that the pot industry as a whole is lacking customer service… There are a few places that believe in, and give good service… But there are far more that just don’t care! Really sad.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS: The Compassionate Use Act of 1996 ensures that seriously ill Californians have the right to obtain and use cannabis for medical purposes where medical use is deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician who has determined that the person’s health would benefit from the use of medical cannabis. Recommendations must come from an attending physician as defined in Section 11362.7 of the Health and Safety Code. Cannabis is a Schedule I drug according to the federal Controlled Substances Act. Activity related to cannabis use is subject to federal prosecution, regardless of the protections provided by state law.