Appletree Townhouses - Convenient disappearing acts

Posted on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 at 11:10am CDT by e961c71d

Product: Rent

Company: Appletree Townhouses

Location: 2328 Campbellton Road SW Atlanta, GA 30311
Atlanta, GA, 30311, US

URL: http://ww.buckinghamcourtllc.com/

Category: Other

After paying my May, 2009 rent in full and on time to Appletree Townhouses via Wachovia money order, and by placing it in their front door slot marked rent drop, on May 6, 2009, Appletree gave me a past due notice for non-payment of rent, additional non-applicable fees, and threatened eviction. Appletree further stated that it reviewed all rental payments received, and did not have a record of my payment. Appletree never stated that it had a burglary at this time. I was able to provide Appletree a replacement Wachovia money order rental payment. The mysterious implied disappearance of only my rental payment in thirteen years of my residence burdened me to begin paying my rent in person, and requesting an additional rent receipt. However, for the month of September, 2009, I was unable to accomplish this task.

Without fail, after paying my September, 2009 rent in full and on time to Appletree Townhouses via Wachovia money order, and by placing it in their front door slot marked rent drop, on September 7, 2009 (Labor Day), Appletree gave me a past due notice for non-payment of rent, additional inapplicable fees, and threatened eviction commencing September 10, 2009. Again, Appletree further stated that it reviewed all rental payments received, and did not have a record of my payment.

An inquiry this second time to Wachovia regarding the blatant, mysteriously implied disappearance of only my rental payment revealed that the information on my money order had been completely altered, and subsequently cleared a bank account other than Appletrees. Wachovia was able to research and provide me with MoneyGrams instructions on how to resolve this issue. Wachovia also made a courtesy phone call to Appletree. Upon reviewing MoneyGrams instructions, I discovered that Appletree was required to submit an affidavit.

Upon visiting Appletree on September 8, 2009, to provide it with MoneyGrams instructions, Appletree Manager, Derrick Cowen, stated that a criminal would not [be this dumb to alter and cash a money order], flatly refused to follow MoneyGrams instructions, and used profanity. Appletrees convenient and suspicious accusations of twice not receiving only my rent payment, and its refusal to make repairs compelled me to make this report.


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