If you have any mechanical ability I'd grind it out and do it yourself. Whoever did it for you has no idea how to properly bed it, so why force them to do it wrong again? Let them know you are not satisfied but I would not let them touch it ever again.
The first rifle I ever bedded was a re-do of a poor job from a professional gunsmith, and the rifle went from shooting 4 inch groups at 100 yards to 1 1/2 inch groups at 200 with factory ammo.
Here's a previous post of mine with 3 suggestions:
Help with glass bedding please!
Bedding is not hard to do if you are methodical and pay attention. Be sure to float the tang on that Savage. If you don't know what that means, let us know.
If you're not comforable doing it yourself, then ask for some suggestions for a gunsmith who can do it correctly.