Arron's Rent To Own In Jacksonville Florida On Lem Turner Complaint - Arron's Giving Me To Many Prices And Never Telling Me The Pay Off Price When I Ask Every Day Its A Different Price

Review by don't want to be ripped off by duval county by greg on 2010-07-26
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA -- Well.. I bought a flat screen TV in 2008 and I'm still paying for the TV and I asked on question what was the amount owe on the TV they gave me 700,900,then 1200 and refused to give me a record of all my payments. I have what was due on the contract. Now what happen one Friday they came to my home bamming and bamming on my door and told my wife that she was going to jail for rental theft now my wife is not on the contract I'm the only one on that contract she sign nothing. Now why would they give my 23 year old daughter this information in front of my 8 year old daughter when I get home my wife in the room crying and told me that she was going to jail for rental theft. Now this guy only comes by when I'm not home. I was very profane to him and rude too.

But why wouldn't they address me with it. I'm not going to let them keep taking money that I don't owe if you don't know what you really owe.
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2010-07-28
Posted by Alain on 2010-07-27:
When you run into someone banging on your door and threatening you don't argue with them. Call the police. In fact, quit trying to talk with these folks and call the police now and get their advice on how to deal with it. They have excellent skills in sorting out and solving two party disputes.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-07-27:
Unfortunately you signed a contract with this outfit. These rent to own places are a scam. You pay for overpriced garbage at an outrageous price and even more outrageous interest. Their collection methods as you have found is just as bad. The above comment is right. Once they step over the line, call the police.
Posted by jktshff1 on 2010-07-27:
Calling the police when they are banging and threatening, yes, they will come and take care of the immediate problem. Seems as if there is a dispute @ what is owed on the item and that is not a police matter, that is what lawyers do. In my case, depending upon the threat, they would have been told (in no uncertain terms) to get off my property and take me to court.
Posted by GlitteringFirefly on 2010-07-28:
They don't take people to court. If you don't pay or you move the rented items, they call the local law enforcement and have them bust your door in so they can get their property and you get arrested. Not paying and moving the property is a violation of a rental contract.

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