okay so around fall [last year] I leased a 60 inch TV from Aaron's, it worked fine until about 3 months later, the screen turned green. you could still see my show and hear it but it was just green like if I were to change the color settings but obviously we checked and that wasn't the cause we called Aaron's they sent a guy to pick it up. They got us a loaner tv about 50 inches until they fixed our tv and we waited over 4 months they never gave us a call to inform us about the tv, Then finally we asked what happened and they said the tv panel was broken. they gave us the tv back WITH NO TV STAND we didn't open the box because we knew it didn't had no tv stand and it was ''broken''until 1 month later [today] I decided to open the box and turn on the tv, When I turned it on the f***ing tv screen was f***ing white on about 40% of the screen 10% was black and the rest of it was green. WTF, + no tv stand. IDK what happened to it maybe it was the guy they sent to pick it up and ''broke'' it but I sure a** hell can tell you it wasn't us. Unfortunately we don't have any proof and they wanna charge us 1,500 to leave the contract.This is BS. Aarons has bad Google ratings Lexington Location
Do you have the original contract that you signed with Aarons? Doesn't it allow you to turn the property back in and end the rental agreement?
You may want to ask a consumer protection to look over the paperwork to see. Something about wanting to charge you $1500 to end the contract smells fishy.
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