Sterling Hearing Center Clinton Township Michigan Review

A retired US Navy Sailor stated that he was having hearing issues and saw an advertisement in the Yellow Pages for a free hearing test. He went in sometime in the Spring of 2015. He remembers getting a “free”” hearing test where he met Mr. Mike Perkovic

an audioprosthologist. Mr. Perkovic insisted to be called “”Dr. Mike.”” The Sailor and his wife constantly reminded Dr. Mike that the VA could give them free hearing aids

to which Dr. Mike replied that he would take care of it. Dr. Mike told the elderly couple that he would call the VA to pay for the hearing aids. Dr. Mike presented the Sailor with a contract. The Sailor has Alzheimer ‘s disease and is easily confused. The Sailor had no idea that he was signing a purchase agreement and a financing contract for the hearing aids. The wife was concerned of what was going on and told the elderly Veteran not to sign the agreement. Dr. Mike then physically pushed the Veteran’s hand down to sign the contract. Even after the contract was signed

Dr. Mike continued to promise that he would contact the VA for the funding for the hearing aids. The Sailor never received a copy of the purchase and financing agreement. A few days later

the Sailor returned to have his hearing aids adjusted. He inquired about the VA funding promised by Dr. Mike. Dr. Mike

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