My issue isn't with Aaron's per se, but I believe there has been some negligence on their part which may cause me future problems. In December, I went out of town to visit my sister over Christmas. My then boyfriend-on again, off again for 3yrs- was housesitting and feeding my cat. It is important to note that this man NEVER resided with me-due to the aforementioned unstable status of the relationship. When I returned from my trip, I found a brand new washer/dryer in my laundry room, with a note that said "Merry Christmas, Love Santa." I was thrilled and overwhelmed. I should have been suspicious. I subsequently gave away my old set and gave the jerk credit for a generosity that he did not deserve. Three months later in March, I was done with the relationship as he was very controlling, verbally abusive, physically threatening and unreliable. I told him at that time that he could take back the W/D, but would he replace with a used set. I am a single mother of a daughter and a moderately severe autistic son and do not have the means to purchase anything- and a washer/dryer is a necessity for hygiene as my son is not fully potty trained. A week ago he called me to inform me that he had moved on and was getting married (mind you this is a little over a month since the break-up) and that he was no longer going to make payments on the W/D-so they would be repossessing in June. I had no idea my Christmas "present" was a RTO- I was horrified! to make matters worse, I returned home the other day and they were gone. I assumed he accessed the house and took them and was upset, but now after reading these horror stories, I am concerned that I will be harassed. AND I have a pressing concern-Don't these companies have an obligation to at least verify that the address of delivery is, in fact, the actual legal address of the renter/buyer? At the very least he must have committed some kind of fraud if he represented in his contract that he resided here! I have no desire to deal with these people and feel they should have done their homework. I do know my rights and I have no binding contract and further was not even here when the merchandise was delivered-can't they go after him for fraudulent misrepresentation?