T-Mobile SUCKS

November 20, 2015



I’m a female minority small business owner and I take pride in knowing that I run it with integrity. So, I’m always floored when I cross paths with a company, big or small, that doesn’t give a shit about it’s customers — ENTER T-Mobile.  I canceled my service with them in early September. It’s the latter half of November right now. Four phone calls later, I’m still being charged for services, it’s impossible to speak with a supervisor (they’re never available) and their Customer Relations Department (the department that sends me the bills) is a completely separate entity. The Customer Relations Department isn’t available to resolve any financial charges made in error, even though this entity has the final say. Just so you know, calling to cancel your service with T-Mobile is highly recommended, however there’s no guarantee that T-Mobile will stop charging you. Apparently, SWITCHING TO ANOTHER SERVICE PROVIDER isn’t enough to merit a cancellation, even though I was assured this was the easiest solution to discontinuing with T-Mobile (#TMobileSUCKS) . If you switch service providers, for which it would be OBVIOUS that you are no longer using their service, you WILL STILL BE CHARGED. Apparently CALLING TO CANCEL my service wasn’t enough either. I was on the Family T-Mobile Plan through Walmart. I paid ahead – a pre-pay monthly credit for the month I was going to use service. I did not receive a contract because it was a month-to-month arrangement. False advertising…. Four phone calls later I was informed by T-Mobile (#TMobileSUCKS) That I paid in arrears. I guess I paid for a month that I NEVER received service. I’ve found it difficult arguing with their absurdities.



I’ll be performing with Chris Burton Jácome at The Manship Theatre on Tuesday, March 5, 2013 at 7:30pm. Love the space there. I’ll also be teaching a flamenco dance workshop at The Dance Center and School for the Performing Arts and doing another flamenco dance and music outreach program at The Crestworth Academy. Lots of exciting projects ahead! I’ll be certain to enjoy my time in Baton Rouge!

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Image: Sylvia Hardt Photography


Lena Jácome

Shuvani Studio


Lena Jácome

Hand-Made Sky Blue Flamenco Dress for Sale!

This is a beautiful used hand made sky blue flamenco dress. I’m wearing turquoise colored shoes (shoes not for sale) which seems to be a perfect match.  The dress needs some touch up hemming. It’s a polyester blend — Dry Clean Only.  It’s pretty fitted; with a mildly small bit of a stretch. All sales final.

$104.00 (does not include shipping)

Dress Size: 4-6.  Measurements: Bust 34, Waist: 27 ,Hips: 37. Height:  5’6″-5’7 1/2″

Zips up from the back.

3 Ruffles

The dress needs some touch up work.  Some of the seams are loosening/unraveling.

There’s a small rip on the side of the dress.

If interested in purchasing please contact me at: lenajacome@cox.net or complete the online form.


Used Maroon Color Flamenco Skirt for Sale!

Size: Medium.  Elastic Waist Band. Six small golden glitter panels.  Polyester blend. Stretches. A knee high beige slip is attached underneath. Because of the glitter fabric, I would recommend gentle cycle and hang dry.  This is a perfect rehearsal skirt or great for performing in as well.

$33.00 (does not include shipping). All sales final.

If interested in purchasing please contact me at: lenajacome@cox.net or complete the online form.

Sincerely, Lena Jacome

March Adventures

March 23, 2008

March… Explore, adventure and discovery. My 2008 has been busy. None stop!! But, I’ve been enjoying the tempo of March. The weather is absolutely beautiful here in Phoenix, I’ve been home more and have had the opportunity to catch up with some friends I haven’t seen in a while and try some different things. I just went rock climbing the other day and thoroughly enjoyed it. I have rock climbed in the past, but it’s been a couple of years since I’ve thrown caution to wind and hoisted myself up onto a wall filled with geometrically proportioned rocks, perfectly designed to challenge my agility and strength. I’m overcoming my fear of heights! My dance schedule has been quite enjoyable, but I’ve been feeling a strong desire a change up the routine. The rock climbing excursion was surprisingly a super-pleasurable outing that provided an excellent workout. I went to Climbmax located in Tempe, Arizona. Check them out: http://www.climbmaxgym.com. It’s an impressive sight to see, friendly environment and helpful employees. Two thumbs up, baby! Some other new areas of self-discovery…. All Natural Peanut Butter! It’s healthy, nutty and quite filling. I highly recommend it if you are not allergic and seeking a nutritious meal. Have it with a banana. You can call yourself nutty or fruity. Either way, you’d be right. And once again, it’s all about exploration, adventure and discovery!


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