Complaint Review: Time Payment Corporation
Time Payment Corporation Olympic Securities I was lied to about leasing and duped into signing a non cancellable lease for security eqipment. Burlington Massachusetts
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I previously had a four year contract with Olympic Securities. Nearing the end of this contract, in May 2017, a technician from Olympic Securities aka Time Payment Corp came into my office. He said he wanted to install some upgraded equipment. I was working and told him to go ahead. When he finished, he said he had a few things I needed to sign. I signed them and he left and I went back to work. It was only after I recieved a copy of a new lease agreement, did I realize I had signed a new 60 month lease! This was NOT explained at the time! The technician made it sound like this was just a simple equipment upgrade and that I need to pay him $212.18 for installation charges. I wrote him a check at that time and he left. A week or so later I get a copy of this new lease, when I talked to a representative of this company I was told that this was a non cancellable lease and that what I signed was binding. They lied and misrepresented their intentions, and took advantage of me, or I would never have signed a new lease.
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