I said did you just curse at me she said “No I was talking to my self”.
I have handled my account in almost perfect conditions over the last 10 months.
It was while working for Pfizer during the early 1950s, that Loudermilk came across a small North Carolina store that rented furniture and other merchandise.
Eager to strike out on his own, Loudermilk drew on the concept and started a rental business in 1955, borrowing 0 from Trust Company Bank, while a partner invested another 0.
The person in upper management that I spoke with today told me that I had to make a PAYMENT by the END of the WEEK since it’s been so long as if it was my fault.
He then told me I had to make ANOTHER PAYMENT in TWO WEEKS.
In 2009, the company changed their name to just Aaron’s, Inc. I’ve made countless complaints no one is contacting me.We called them back to explain that we had paid in full and they say “yes we see the payment however the manager who took your payment, no longer works here so we cannot change it ,we have to talk to upper management”.I’ve called the store and the corporation several several times they always said the same thing and that they would call me back and of course I never received a call back.We were under the impression for a whole year that we had paid what we owed and were done with it.Much to our surprise we get a call saying we owe all this money and we’re late.His first sale was for ten cents per chair per day.Loudermilk’s partner decided that this was too much work, so he sold his share back to Laudermilk.Aaron’s denied that this was corporate related and blamed franchises instead. I never got he bed and that staff was indeed fired as well with no resolution to my issue.Today, Aaron’s has over 2000 stores in the lower 48 states and Canada. In 2016, the company had annual revenue of .21 billion and employed more than 11,500 persons. Answer 1: The phone number for Aaron's is (678) 402-3000. The bosses name is jay he says thats his name and he will not release his last name.In 1964, the company began renting furniture and by the end of that decade, was making million annually.In 1982, the company went public on the NYSE under the ticker symbol: AAN In 1987, the company enters the rent to own business after acquiring Ball Stalker.