- Report: #314451
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Complaint Review: Startupessentials And A-1 Leasing
Startupessentials And A-1 Leasing2007 Eastern Ave S.E Grand Rapids, Michigan U.S.A.
Startupessentials And A-1 Leasing are stealing our money. Our bank stopped pay them, then they put us in debt collection. How do I fight back? Grand Rapids Michigan
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Few days later, I got the leasing in mail. The lease is not with Startupessentials, but with A-1 Leasing, the lease is non-cancelable, and it is 48 months. I feel cheated, but tried to do the business.
I followed their steps to go through the journeys, try to setup the web-site, and tried everything, but could not get the business going. Then I realized they are leasing me the laptop, and it they helped me setup a business can not make any money.
After struggled for a year, I realized I can not make any money from this business. Then I surfed the internet to see what other people are doing with this company. Then I read that people say they have sent the equipment back to A1 Leasing, and asked their bank to stop pay A1 Leasing.
I did the same thing. But last month, I got a letter from debt collection company, say I need to pay $6500.
Anyone there can help me fight back with A1 Leasing and the debt collection company?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/03/2008 10:22 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Startupessentials-And-A-1-Leasing/Grand-Rapids-Michigan-49507-3234/Startupessentials-And-A-1-Leasing-are-stealing-our-money-Our-bank-stopped-pay-them-then-314451. 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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