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sears1377marion waldo rd marion, Ohio USA
sears why not lease it sears why not lease it is a way to get people in the store marion Ohio
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Sears why not lease it is a scam to get you in the store we went to the store in marion ohio to lease a tractor . I called the store and talk to a sales rep before we went telling him what we needed he said we would need to come in .ok then i called the why not lease it place told them what i need ask if i could filll out and app on line they said it would be better if i went into the stoe well we did picked out the tactor we needed the sales preson said we needed to fill out a sears charge first to storten the story an hour later we were turned down by sears and why not lease it would only give us 1,200 dollars when the tactor was 2900 so you see you cant get what you need but they will give you enugh to buy what you dont need sears is making money we walked but alot of low income people will buy it just because its there a rip off when i got home i called and ask what the payments would be on 1200 she said 200 every 28 day for five months you do the math i just thik its a rip off bewear
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