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I lived in this property for 2 &1/2 years, was paying

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I lived in this property for 2 &1/2 years, was paying 1,535.00 per month and never missed a payment , but when I moved after submitting a 30 day notice, I was still charged an additional months rent and ended up owing this company 2,700.00 even after my deposit of 1,395.00 was deducted. I'm not saying I don't owe but I know there are several charges that are false and untrue. I'm 62 and this will hurt my credit because we are to purchase a house this year. A collection agency has my account and I didn't get no response from the rental company
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Ely replied 1 year ago.

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I am sorry to hear about this situation. Please tell me: What are you attempting to do here? Simply have the collection agency leave you alone? Have them take this off your credit? Etc?

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