I was employed at this exact Aaron's for almost a year. I quit in November 2007.
I know from working there, that as long as you call and let them know when you are going to be in to make your payment, they will put in a "promise" for that date which lets them know not to call until that date has passed. Granted, you may have told them about your situation, but you can't expect them to remember. We had over nine hundred active customers when I left. As long as you call and aren't trying to ### them over...there is a lot that they can do for you. Usually if you pay within the month, or before your NEXT due date, you are good. They can also rewrite your agreement or give you a service extension. Communication is key, and if you don't communicate with Aaron's about where you are as far as your payment goes every month (before you're late), then that interferes with the business relationship. There are too many people that go into Aaron's, pick out a 73" HDILA, make one payment, and then move states away...never to be heard from again. You can't expect for Aaron's to just know you're going to come in...it's all about communication.