- Report: #431377
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Peak Credit Services; Beepers & Phones; Thompson & Associates, P.C.
Peak Credit Services; Beepers & Phones; Thompson & Associates, P.C.10225 Ulmerton Rd, Ste 3 Largo, Florida U.S.A.
Peak Credit Services; Beepers & Phones; Thompson & Associates, P.C. Peak Credit Services; Beepers & Phones; Thompson & Associates, P.C. Trying to collect on a contract that was never presented to me or signed by me. Largo Florida
*Author of original report: Peak Credit, Beepers & Phones, Thompson & Associates, & Secure It - Still Scam Artists
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Contracts
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Two Separate Companies
*Consumer Comment: Wow...same story
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In December 2008 I found out that Peak Credit was trying to collect a debt from me for the cell phone. I was shocked and called Alltel as soon as I found out. They told me they didn't know what the collection was for because I was in good standing with them and my account showed no money due. They told me I should call the slimey collection agency to find out what the claim was.
I was told by a rude New Yorkean that I signed a contract with Beepers & Phones stating that an early termination would result in myself paying a cancellation fee equal to the loss of their commission for the contract and the cost of the phone. I was threatened by the rude New Yorker that if I didn't pay them, they will take me to court and I will have to pay the collection amount plus any attorney fees, plus interest and that I would have to include it with my tax return for 2008 and that it would count as taxable income. I told him that I did not want that to happen. I told him to send me the signed contract and I would pay $500. Two phone calls later, they finally sent me a contract that I had never seen and it was not signed by me. My name was computer typed on to the contract.
I sent them a certified letter stating that I never signed the contract and it was never presented to me so therefore I did not agree to it's terms. I then received a letter from Steve Cerrone stating that my Photo ID was proof that I was there. I told him that my photo ID was given to the Beepers and Phone Associate for the Alltel contract.
Later I talked to the slimey New Yorker again and he told me that he did have signed contract but it is in a wharehouse somewhere. I told him that I will not pay it until I see this signed contract. He transferred me to an arbitrator who told me I could see the signed contract in court. I asked them twice to send me the signed contract via certified mail. Never received any response.
Now I received a letter from Thomas & Associates. I called them and told them the story. The lady told me if I gave her $55, she would investigate the claim. I told her she is not getting any money for me and that she would be hearing from my lawyer. She also told me that they do not need a signed contract because when I first used the phone that was an agreement to the Beepers & Phones contract. I told her that it was an agreement to Alltels contract. The fact that she was trying to get $55 out of me to do her job was really sketchy. Is this Thompson & Associates a legitimate Attorneys office.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/06/2009 08:35 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Peak-Credit-Services-Beepers-Phones-Thompson-Associates-PC/Largo-Florida-33771/Peak-Credit-Services-Beepers-Phones-Thompson-Associates-PC-Peak-Credit-Services-431377. 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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