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Serenity Wellness Sober Living

Transitional Housing
Deerfield Beach , FL
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510 SW 13th Place
Deerfield Beach , FL - 33441

(561) 501-9911 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Website

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Last-Modified: 2020-06-09 09:22:48

3/4 way house providing housing for sober males and females who are working programs of recovery.

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There is 1 review

Anonymous - Jul 12, 2020

This company has withheld giving us our refund as stated by the owner. My son never arrived at this location and I was told in a prior conversation with the owner that if he didn’t go they would refund us. Nicole said she would NOT keep our money. She (Nicole) told me it was non refundable if he was kicked out or left after his arrival. He never made the arrival and came back home instead. She did in fact keep our money and said she wasn’t going to refund me. This is her text to me Thursday July 9, 2020: “Can I give it to you on Saturday morning please because I can’t afford it right now to be honest with you I spent all of my money on bills and overhead”. She then asked me to remind her as I did and she said they will not refund us. Very poor business practice.

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