Were You Approached in Suburban Square About a Fake on The Spot Car Repair?

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Knights who say... NI! Knights who say... NI! Knights who say... NI!

Were You Approached in Suburban Square About a Fake on The Spot Car Repair? If so, contact Tracy Davidson at NBC10 - you can message her thru her public Facebook page, tweet at her @tracydavidson10, or call the station. (610 668 5510 / 5750 )

Apparently this past Saturday Lower Merion Police made a bunch of citations? People say there were a few cop cars doing this?

Anyway, NBC10 is looking to speak to victims or potential victims.

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If you're affluent enough (and by defintion intelligent and educated enough) to shop in Suburban Square, even if you only go get a $6.00 cup of designer coffee, and you don't know that on the spot car repairs are sletchy, then you have bigger issues.

Such as do you really need NBC10 to publicize your story? Note for future hiring decisions: Google the names, avoid these geniuses at all costs.

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Suburban Square is common at most filled with people that can not afford wifi at home. You get what you deserve when you shop there. You really do not think that people ho shop here think about what is going on aroumd them?

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> Suburban Square is common at most filled with people that can not afford wifi at home.

I'm not sure I agree with that. You're describing WalMart and Big Lots.

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I realize I am harsh on Ardmore in general however, you only hurt the ones you love. I love it here but if you don't fix the problem properly er eill all be sorry.
Now then-
I walk through Suburban Square daily wether to get to the train or do random shopping. I have noticed over time that very fe people carry bags ith them. They are all stuck in Starbucks or one of the many "family eateries". The only stores of distinction are Barbour and Eileen Fisher. Macy's is a dump stocked ith many of their on brands. The other stores are a dime a dozen, nothing special.
If someone can tell me hat is going on in this city without talking in code Im willing to listen.

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Steve, you need to learn to stay on topic. This post wasn't about Suburban Square, but rather something that happened in their parking lot and others. I don't know who you are and don't care, but while you are entitled to your opinions, please stay on topic to the specific posts.

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Gee- I thought Ardmore as the topic-?

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I got an update on this from Main Line Media News:

On Saturday, January 5, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. police responded to Trader Joe’s, 112 Coulter Av Ardmore, on report of three males soliciting for an auto repair business. The suspects were handing business cards to customers in the parking lot. The males did not have permit to solicit in the Township and they were cited.

A 19-year-old man, a 31-year-old man and a 33-year-old man from Philadelphia were cited.

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Are business cards news worthy?

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Steve, if you want to participate genuinely and stay on topic that would be lovely. If you just feel like being an inflammatory troll you will find yourself ignored. Thanks

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Really? You are how old? Grow up-

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Clarification- The comment about being news-worth as aimed @ NBC.

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Hello,

My cousin says this sounds really familiar, apparently, he was approached but he didn't make a report or anything, he kind of forgot about it. Do you think it's too late to make a report?

Thank you

 

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