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  • 87 Regent's Park Road
    London NW1 8UY
    Chalk Farm, Primrose Hill
  • Transit information Northern Get Directions
  • Phone number 020 7813 1234
  • Business website adamsimmonds.co.uk

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    Adam Simmonds... One of the worst experiences I've ever encountered. He was rude, condescending, a postcode snob.

    After the initial conversation I had, about where I live, what school I went to, what my job was, feeling uncomfortable. awkward because he was such a snoot.

    He gave me eye drops which had blinded me  so he could get an accurate prescription as I was long sighted, and then had the audacity to make me try on frames (whilst blinded) and made me hold my prescription under the frames.

    I called back saying I did not like any frames, he said find some frames, and buy the lenses from me. As he had my prescription and hadnt given it to me yet, I went looking for frames and had no luck, but wanted my prescription anyway untill I could find some, no, he was not having it.

    He refused to give me my prescription untill I had brought either frames or lenses from him. I had to call him four times to the point where I had to bring in the illegality of what he was doing. And finally I got my prescription. (which isn't what I am wearing right now, so ultimately he was wrong as well)

    He is greedy and eager and even desperate to take money from anyone who enters that store.
    I knew of someone who went there who was diabetic who could get a free eye test, he refused them.

    So basically I spent £50 for a rude and dishonest snob to tell me the wrong prescription anyway.


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