I verified with the company that there were no signed contacts at all. I verbally cancelled and can show easily the day it happened by the print out of charges and credits. I offered to give them the tenants' contact info as they are responsible for the fuel oil. I also told them to pump it out. They expected me to pay the full bill with a $50 credit (that would just cover the inflated per gallon cost)!! I got no benefit or use of the oil. I am going to have to appear in district court to defend against a judgment.I spoke to the oil co reps and manager several times over several days as soon as I was aware of the charge. I sent a certified letter to the manager. He basically wanted me to pay or the oil and get the tenants to pay for it... I told him to pump it out or contact the tenants himself as it was not my mistake or problem. I did not want to have to disrupt their quiet enjoyment of the property. This got sent to a collection attorney & I once again sent certified letters explaining the situation. Just yesterday, just a couple days shy of one year from the oil delivery, I was given a civil notice for Mag Dist. Court in my town. So I guess I'll go try to defend myself. If I can prove that I had no contract with them and that I did not benefit or use the oil, can they really hold me responsible for it???? I tried to do everything right in this from the beginning & have all my letters & registered mail receipts.