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Old 02-26-2008, 03:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Question Problem with tanning salon workers!

Hi everyone, so I'm having a bit of a problem. I went to tan a couple days ago, and the worker informed me that I needed to buy a new package. I had been using the HP beds, so when he told me I could get 500 minutes for $65, I gladly handed over my credit card, assuming I was paying for a unlimited bed package. Once the payment had went through, he told me he'd just realized that I had been using the HP bed and the package I just paid for was for the REGULAR beds. He asked me if that was okay, and I said it was, because honestly I felt a little bad to go through the hassle of getting a refund and everything. But now I am starting to have second thoughts. I am afraid since my skin is used to the HP beds, I won't tan as well using the regular beds. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!!!
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Old 02-26-2008, 03:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Problem with tanning salon workers!

Im sorry but I dont see how there is a "problem with tanning salon workers!". :) He goofed up but could have simply upgraded the package if you wanted - like he asked.

Anyway. You will still tan fine, just have to go more often. What makes HP so good is that you only have to go a handful of times a month, at the most, to tan.

But if you are truly concerned just upgrade you package. I am sure they will be willing to do so for you!
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Re: Problem with tanning salon workers!

Lol, thanks, I guess I kinda freaked out a little bit.
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Re: Problem with tanning salon workers!

Just make certain you do less than the maximum minutes when starting the reg. beds as you're going to get a little more of the aggresive tanning rays. Work up SLOWLY !!!Have fun.
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