The contract is in my mother’s name
But I signed the contract , with my name
I was paying for a bedroom suit, the manager came and got it , he said “ he already sold it to someone else “
I received another bedroom suit, but , it was the wrong order and manager lied to me .
I refuse to pay anymore money
These contracts are typically a secured loan, meaning that the seller has the right to repossess the merchandise if you don't pay. It's not clear what the problem is, but what is clear is that 1) you signed the contract, and 2) you refuse to pay. So, it's not a big surprise that they're coming to your house. The best way to stop that is either to pay them, or return the merchandise.
You should consider preparing a letter to mail by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the renter center to set out the facts and to demand the relief that you want. Attach documents such as photographs to support your position. Make sure that your letter is professional and business like as it may be evidence later.
The renter center's rights are set out in the rental agreement. If you refuse to comply when by all rights you should do so, you may be liable for criminal theft.
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