I bought some furniture from conns on October 24 2016 and because I had bought some items on credit in previous month I couldn't get everything on credit account I had to pay cash for some of items and put other on an acceptance now [email protected] conns. We bought a theater seating living room set and for some reason it came with only seating for 3 so we had to purchase another one seat separately because they would only sell is us the three. We paid ash for the chair but the other was put on acceptance nowleasing account. We have had some financial issues because running our own business people we work for hasn't been paying us so it's put us behind. They wanted their stuff back and we were working when they came to pick it up so we tried to reschedule a time for them to come back but they said they weren't going to have anyone available to pick up for the next 30 days so they wanted to work things out, after they threatened us with theft of property charges. Well they called us a few days ago and scheduled a time to pick up theater set again threatening us with theft of property charges. They came yesterday when my daughter was there to pick up items and took the one piece payed for
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