- Report: #447149
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Complaint Review: Empire Carpets California, LP
Empire Carpets California, LP12326 Bloomfield Santa Fe Springs, California U.S.A.
Empire Carpets California, LP Bait and Switch-Financing Deception-Lousy Carpet Santa Fe Springs California
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The financing was interest and payment free for one year. I made some payments though, and paid the entire balance by January 26, 2009. Paperwork given to me at the time I purchased indicated payment was due by January 2009...NO DATE was indicated. It was paid before the end of January however, since financing was handed off to GE Money, they have insisted on charging interest for the entire year stating that their statement indicated a January 1,2009 due date. As far as I'm concerned a "statement" cannot change a contract. The statement is unilaterial, a contract is not!!! I can'g get anywhere with either GE Money or Empire and will pursue the matter through the courts, as a matter of principal!
Lastly the carpet is really lousy! I ended up paying around $3200 for approximately 800 sq. ft. THAT'S $40 a sq. yard and I should have good carpet!!! They damaged my baseboard and the carpet is coming away at the door. They say I am out of warranty!
Unfortunately, if you are reading this you probably have already been scamed!
Desert Hot Springs, California
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/28/2009 11:23 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Empire-Carpets-California-LP/Santa-Fe-Springs-California/Empire-Carpets-California-LP-Bait-and-Switch-Financing-Deception-Lousy-Carpet-Santa-Fe-Sp-447149. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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