Read 1 verified patient review for Hearing Aids of Texas! Their review score was 1 () from 1 review.
“Totally arrogant and condescending. Micheal Berry ought to be ashamed to endorse this [expletive removed]. Rude, obnoxious, condescending, arrogant, narcissistic [expletive removed]. I wouldn't spend a nickel with this jerk.”
Official Response from Hearing Aids of Texas:“You're not the first person to confuse straight honest conversation with arrogance and by extension, rudeness and narcissism. You came to me because of Michael Berry's endorsement, which reflects my 45 years of being a innovative hearing aid dispenser and the reputation I have. Because your fantasy of how a hearing aid should look runs counter to the realities of physics and what it takes to restore audibility, I talked to you in concise terms; I apologize that you misconstrued what I said as personal affronts to you. You haven't spent a nickel with me, but you'll spend many nickels chasing your dreams.”
About this clinic
Since 1944, Hearing Aids of Texas has been locally owned and operated by the Gaenslen family. Today, third-gerneration hearing aid dispenser and owner George Gaenslen's business is considered by many to be the best hearing aid shop in town. He has over 43 years of hearing aids experience so you can trust his expertise and his dedication to helping you hear better. His goal is 100% customer satisfation.
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