- Report: #1061362
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Complaint Review: cameron paul randall/nicole erwig
cameron paul randall/nicole erwig22175 windtree ave wildoma, California USA
cameron paul randall/nicole erwig Tenants destroyed property before leaving. also, they dont pay the rent the last 3 moonths, they wait to get evicted t leave wildoma California
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camron paul randall and nicole erwig have a lawsuit against them for not paying the last three months of there rent and destroying the property . also, cameron is physically violent. the police was called about four times to report his aggression with the neighbors and his landlord.
cameron randal and nicole erwig waited until the day before of the lock out of the evition to leave the house they rented. please anyone other landlord be careful. they will pay the first 4-5 months on time, then they will pay you half the months rent, and finally they will refuse to pay and will try to physically attack you. there are a few police reports that may be found at the riverside polce department.
They destroyed this house doors and etcc.. oh, and they will have their male friends go over to intimadate the nieghbors. nicole allowes her son to physically punch their dog, animal control also had to intervene. again, landlord watch out for these people. theyve done this before, now we know this.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/22/2013 09:36 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/cameron-paul-randallnicole-erwig/wildoma-California-92595/cameron-paul-randallnicole-erwig-Tenants-destroyed-property-before-leaving-also-they-1061362. 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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