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In 2008, the company sold their corporate furnishings division to Berkshire Hathaway. I bought a TV from Aarom’s corporation in 2016 and we had made 10 payments on time and then decided to pay off the rest in full.
In 2009, the company changed their name to just Aaron’s, Inc. The manager of the store took our 00 payment and told us that this is what they needed in order to settle the account.
I called today To see if they had finally resolved the issue but much to my surprise again they tell me I owe 00 still!!!!!!
THey tell me that the manager gave me the wrong information when we straight up asked them how much would it cost to settle this account and they took our payment and then told us we were done.
Aaron’s denied that this was corporate related and blamed franchises instead. We called them back to explain that we had paid in full and they say “yes we see the payment however the manager who took your payment, no longer works here so we cannot change it ,we have to talk to upper management”.
Today, Aaron’s has over 2000 stores in the lower 48 states and Canada. In 2016, the company had annual revenue of .21 billion and employed more than 11,500 persons. Answer 1: The phone number for Aaron's is (678) 402-3000. I’ve called the store and the corporation several several times they always said the same thing and that they would call me back and of course I never received a call back.
He doesn’t scare me I jus shut the door on his face.
Reply just letting you guys know i will be paying 200 to you guys on the 29 of june this mouth and then on gst i will be paying anuther 100.00 then on thriym i will be paying the rest of it on the 31 of july all cont up my husband’s tv okay just letting you guys know.
plz right me back Reply Hello let me start off by saying I’m late on my payment. But that is no reason to have someone at my door demanding money. She then states “ When we pick up our s**t were the bad guys”.
His first sale was for ten cents per chair per day.
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