My renters contacted my property manager in 2010 because their refrigerator was not cooling. The property manager contacted me and I purchased a new 20 cu ft silver refrigerator. I informed the delivery company (Lowes) to conatct my property manager to coordinate the delivery. The refrigerator was delivered and the renters signed for a 20 cu ft silver refrigerator. I have my purchase receipt and delivery receipt, that both match the item purchased. When the renters lease ended I access the property to find a white 18 cu ft refrigerator. The renter told the property manager, they did not pay attention to what they signed, they were expecting a refrigerator. They claimed that Lowes make an error with the delivery. My questions is where is my refrigerator and who is at fault? I am planning on taking both property manager and renters to small claims court
Answered on: 8/20/13, 7:10 pm by Michael E. Hendrickson
Whoa, hold on there! Before you start suing those near as well as, perhaps, less than dear, how about taking a few steps back to the original supplier of this refrigerator to determine whether in fact a mistake may have been made in how your purchase order was actually filled and then delivered to you? (And, yes, this may require a little more research on your part than just talking with a company clerk or two.)
I find it most unlikely that the folks whom you apparently suspect of flimflamming you would apparently go to all of that work to acquire TWO CUBIC FEET of refrigerator space!
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