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Ashley Furnitureharassment

Be careful. Ashley Furniture allows a company called TRS (The Rental Store) who is actually a collection agency, to review your layaway file so that TRS can call and ask if you want to get your furniture earlier they will finance it. It is a rent-to-own that costs 3x's the amount of the furniture. TRS has harassed me & made illegal threats. Don't fall into this trap! The poor will have more to lose! Keep notes if you do business with TRS. Not that it will help because managers did not last at the store that I did business with, so whatever was said to me did not mean anything. Read your State laws on rent-to-own and harassment by these type of companies.


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    rebecka Nov 17, 2008
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    i had planned to buy some stuff threw ashly but was told that i needed to verfy info and trs would finace my suff they said i would have to fax some verifacation of employment and residance when i called to to them i could not get prof of employment cause i lost my job they told me they were going to charge my cc still and i could not get the money back because the store allready ordered the murchandise when earlyer they told me it had not been ordered???? what do i do they charged my cc and canled my oreder

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