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Complaint Review: First Hudson Leasing - Electronic Merchant Systems
First Hudson Leasing - Electronic Merchant Systems5005 Rockside Rd. PH100 Independence, Ohio U.S.A.
First Hudson Leasing - Electronic Merchant Systems Charged a kids cancer non-profit thousands of dollars, for non-working equipment Youngstown Ohio
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After one year of trying to get this machine to work at events, (never did) yet we kept being charged for it. So I contacted company, explained it doesn't work and to cancel this account. People/techs would call to talk us through the problems, but always charging us fees for equipment and non use. They have automatically withdrawn $3,100.00 from the kids so far. When I told them we had no more money left, and donations had stopped because of the economy, she stated I could by the lease out for $1500.00 and return the equipment. I explained that the account was now overdrawn, and we had no money for equipment that didn't work or for needy sick kids. She said we signed a contract and they will pursue legal action to get their money and equipment. They expect to be paid! I expect to help people and continue working. Neither is happening. I really don't wish them harm, just clarity.
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This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/18/2009 03:26 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/First-Hudson-Leasing-Electronic-Merchant-Systems/Independence-Ohio-44131/First-Hudson-Leasing-Electronic-Merchant-Systems-Charged-a-kids-cancer-non-profit-thousa-425728. 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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