A.R. Building Company Reviews (7)
AR buildings are a ripoff they charge extreme late fees and charges this company are like sharks. This pracademic has put everyone out of work and having to depend upon unemployment and the government. You would have thought that they would have been understanding to there tenants. But no they have become just as inhuman as they always have been. There needs to be some changes made with this company. I hope that this company never goes through anything. But you will loose good tenants that I can tell you there are so many that are not renewing there leases and I am one of them. If I had to give a rating it would be a zero and no stars
Please, please save yourself the stress and hassle of dealing with such a manipulative company. I was warned by a few of my friends before moving here (they experienced similar instances as I did) but unfortunately I decided to give them a chance. I truly can only hope I can reach out to some of you to save you from making my same mistake.
While a number of things happened WHILE we lived there (for example, maintenance coming into our unit without notice, then proceeding to break our sink, wreck our bathroom, and attempt to "clean" it up using my towels), I am going to focus on the scam we had to deal with when we moved out, and are unfortunately still dealing with today.
I'll keep it short, as this situation was insanely messed up and wrong and I'll end up going out of character limit writing a novel about it. I am furious and disappointed, to say the least. Management and corporate know what happened - I don't have to go into detail about that. They have my countless emails and voicemails. They know how many times we went into the rental office wanting answers. They have my letters and after a certain point, my legal action threatening letter from my lawyer. BUT, sadly, they still do not care.
Basically, we were scammed out of $1200 upon move out. Deposits and itemized lists of damages already in the unit at move in will do you NO good living here, I promise. They will lie, cheat, and ignore you to no end to pocket your money, that is exactly what they did to me and several of my friends that have lived here previously.
I am still working with my lawyer on this as they've now sent the bill to collections, but I will get justice. This is wrong and manipulative and I can't believe it.
I just wanted to make sure I can reach out to as many people as possible regarding my horrific experiences, to save you from making the same huge mistake I did. DO. NOT. MOVE. HERE.
Dear Revdex.com,On January 18, 2016 this consumers check for $4,445.75 was posted on theiraccount to pay this account in full. This consumer has not been reported to theCredit Bureau for this debt as it is paid in full.At no time had this company been contacted about any misunderstanding...
Iconfusion concerning the letter they had received or the check that they had mailedto pay this account in full.We do consider this consumers debt and this matter resolved.Thank you,AR BUILDNG COMPANYLEGAL ACTION DEPARTMENT
Mr. [redacted], For your records, I have attached a copy of your Final Account Statement (FAS) and a copy of your main lease contract. As you can see in you lease on page 3, Paragraph 22. Military Personnel Clause, it states “After you deliver to us your written termination notice, the Lease...
Contract will be terminated under this military clause 30 days after the date on which your next rental payment is due.” You provided the property a copy of your orders and your notice on December 1, 2017. With that being said your lease would terminate 30 days after you next rental payment, which was due January 1, 2018. Please know that A.R. Building Company does honor the military clause as we have demonstrated with your move out. The cancellation fee on your FAS is equal to the dollar amount of January rent, because you moved out and turned your keys in on December 29, 2017. We do appreciate your service and your residency with us. Kindly, Jes C[redacted]Property ManagerVineland Carriage Homes[redacted]
Review: I rented a town home for 6 1/2 years with this company.I moved to Texas due to job relocation, During the move out I was asked to pay $ 4,445.75 for damages in spite of our request to consider wear and tear charges. We promptly sent a check from Chase bank for the amount of $4,445.75 and the AR building company also deposited the check on 1/7/16 in their account. On 1/12/16, AR Building company legal department is threatening me with a letter that if I am not paying the $4,445.75 by January 28, they will report my SSN to the credit bureau and also threatening that I will not be able to rent/own/lease any other property in the future. This is clearly a rip off and unethical business practice from AR building company and trying to intimidate their innocent renters.Desired Settlement: A letter from AR building company stating that they have received the amount into their account and there is no more pending charges from me. Also, not to send anymore threatening letters from their legal department
Dear Revdex.com,On January 18, 2016 this consumers check for $4,445.75 was posted on theiraccount to pay this account in full. This consumer has not been reported to theCredit Bureau for this debt as it is paid in full.At no time had this company been contacted about any misunderstanding Iconfusion concerning the letter they had received or the check that they had mailedto pay this account in full.We do consider this consumers debt and this matter resolved.Thank you,AR BUILDNG COMPANYLEGAL ACTION DEPARTMENT