I guess I want more information. My dealings with this management company do fall under harssment in my opinion. I left the apartment because I got married and moved into a house, but I would have left anyhow due to systematic harrassment including claims against my son having wild parties while my son wasn't even visiting that week, my son's car not being nice enough, using my second rental garage for storage, which is what I rented it for, how loud my car is when I start it. ( My neighbors have a souped up Camaro and Harley and do not get the same treatment.) I am even being charged for having a pet, and I have never had one. They should know after their many visits to my apartment.
I was even called at work and harassed about being late on my rent. I have never been late and have the bank records to prove it. When I told the manager this, she then told me it was my neighbor who was late, and said his name, which is a breach
I was denied use of the clubhouse by the manager for my son's graduation open house told it was not for the use of residents; when every other resident has had their Amway, Tupperware or birthday party in the clubhouse.
After spending two plus years of being persecuted in this manner, I would like to file complaint against the management, but am unsure who to do it with.
I am also afraid that the management will set some type of collection agency on me. I did take photos of the apartment after we cleaned it up on the assistance of my
wife; she suspected future problems since the manager basically is allowed to run amok.
Thank you for your time.
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