- Report: #1056272
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Complaint Review: Ellis HomeSource Property Management and Leasing
Ellis HomeSource Property Management and Leasing6230 N. Beltline Road Irving, Texas USA
Ellis HomeSource Property Management and Leasing They took their management fees out of tenants security deposit Irving Texas
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Theresa Smith is Correct - We Goofed. But there is Much More to the Story
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Ellis HomeSource took the tenant's security deposits held in trust by Ellis Homesource and deducted from the tenants security deposits management fees/commissions allegedly due by owners of leased propery. John Richard Ellis, a licensed Realtor/Broker in the state of Texas, aka as Rick Ellis, sent our tenant a letter stating that the tenant's entire security deposits were surrendered to us, the owners of the property Mr. Ellis was supposed to manage, and send us a check missing over 1,000.00 of tenants security deposits. We had terminated our contract with MR. Ellis when he used tenants security deposits for his companies personal gain.
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