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Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
master card, visa
Neighborhood
University Gardens
Categories
Blood Banks & Centers, Organ & Tissue Banks
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Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Parking: Lot

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Harley W.

08/28/2015

Overall

If I could give less than one star I would. I first went to CSL around 1p.m. with my drivers license, a copy of my social security card and a copy of my lease. They proceeded to tell me that they are not allowed to take copies of SS cards, fine. Then told me that my lease was good enough to have and I just needed to come back with a W-2 form. I came back at least 15 minutes later with my W-2 form and a different person helped me. He then proceeds to tell me that because my lease was a personal copy and not one that was signed by my lessor it is not valid. I leave AGAIN, call my landlord and have her email me a copy of the signed lease with both of our names, then print it out. I take it back to CSL 10 minutes later and deal with yet another person and they tell me that their manager thinks it's "sketchy" because I just had a form that wasn't filled out and now it's filled out and I was only gone for 10 minutes. They were basically telling me they think I falsified my documents. I told the woman that I had called my landlord and asked her to send me a copy ASAP and I then printed it out. It is 2015 and technology is so superior and paper is endless that it actually did only take a matter of minutes for me to get a copy of my lease. But it wasn't good enough so they made me go back home and print my address from my KSIS, which doesn't make sense because the student personally adds their address onto their KSIS, but okay.

I then go back for the FOURTH TIME and finally get started. I have to watch a 15 minute video and then they make me wait 10 minutes before anyone helps me. They take me to a private room and start going through the process then says it's time for someone to check my veins. I had two separate people check my veins and then tell me that, "my veins aren't big enough to hold the needle. And the veins that people are born with are the veins they have and there is nothing I can do about it."



I literally wasted almost 3 hours of my day driving around town trying to get the correct information to donate plasma just for them to defer me right before the end of my process. This place is an absolute joke and I would not recommend anyone to go there. Ever.

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