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Temple Billiards Seattle WA

Temple Billiards Seattle WA

Temple Billiards Address

Temple Billiards Seattle

126 S Jackson St
Seattle, WA 98104-2821 USA
  • King County
  • Timezone: PST

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Temple Billiards Seattle Phone Number

  • (206) 682-3242 (Pool Hall - Local Phone)

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  • https://twitter.com/templebilliards

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  • https://plus.google.com/108792109940294340720

Temple Billiards Seattle Business Information

Temple Billiards Seattle Employees

Chris DasefPresident


  • Pool Halls


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  • Neighbornood Short Name: Temple Billiards in Pioneer Square
  • Title: Temple Billiards Seattle
  • Author: (Billiards Forum)
  • Published: 9/18/2008 3:02:15 AM
  • Last Updated: 2/10/2014 5:59:54 PM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum

Temple Billiards Seattle Comments

  1. Charles Deregnaucuort-FischerCharles Deregnaucuort-Fischer from Geneva, Switzerland on 10/18/2023 8:21:28 AM

    Dear Sir,

    My name is Charles Deregnaucourt.

    I came to play pool at Temple Billiards on September the 28th, 2023 with my girlfriend. After one hour we came to the bar to pay. My girlfriend wanted to pay cash but the guy already register my credit card, so after five minutes the guy told me he cancelled my card and assure me I would not be charged, so my girlfriend paid cash.

    But when I was back home, I received my bank account debit list and I see you debited me $21.35. Please refund me the amount of $21.35.

    I am looking forward to hearing good news from you.

    Thank you and best regards,

  2. billiardsforumbilliardsforum from Halifax, NS on 10/18/2023 9:04:57 AM

    @Charles Deregnaucourt - You're better off calling the company directly.

    This is just a billiard business directory listing and there is no guarantee that the owners monitor this page for comments.

    Given the scenario you described in your comment, I am speculating that the employee pocketed the cash, and charged your card so that the business wouldn't notice the shortage during end-of-day cash balancing activities. If the business doesn't help you, your best recourse might be to document your attempts to contact the company, then call your credit card company and do a charge-back.

    Good luck.

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