aarons rent to own
Curious

Campbell, MO

#1 Nov 8, 2012
Anyone bought from them? Good or bad experience?

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#2 Nov 8, 2012
I'm a customer of theirs and have had no problems. If i couldn't make a payment on time they were willing to work with me instead of trying to repo like other rent to own places.
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Sainte Genevieve, MO

#3 Nov 8, 2012
Did you know that if you save your money up that you would use to rent to own, in just a few months you can by it own it and save money.
guest

United States

#4 Nov 8, 2012
[QUOTE who="???"]Did you know that if you save your money up that you would use to rent to own, in just a few months you can by it own it and save money.[/QUOTE]
VERY TRUE!!!! Maybe they like outrageous interest though.
dave

Dexter, MO

#6 Nov 8, 2012
Hey who doesn't like buying a $500 tv for $15 a week for 18 months ( that equals $1080 or twice what it is worth) but I guess that is all food stamp and welfare people can afford!!!!!! Rent to own is the one place where Obama is growing jobs!!!
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Sainte Genevieve, MO

#7 Nov 8, 2012
I was just giving good advice. I wasn't trying to run ppl down. I was just saying if you saves your money and waited you could save a lot of money and own your stuff sooner.
so what

Dexter, MO

#8 Nov 8, 2012
dave wrote:
Hey who doesn't like buying a $500 tv for $15 a week for 18 months ( that equals $1080 or twice what it is worth) but I guess that is all food stamp and welfare people can afford!!!!!! Rent to own is the one place where Obama is growing jobs!!!
What the hell does it matter to you if people are going to rent to own places? Go back under your bridge. I'm sure most people understand that they would be paying much less if they would just save up the money. But maybe some people aren't good at saving money. Maybe they are better at making payments. What does it matter?

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#9 Nov 8, 2012
Yeah trust me i know it would be cheaper to save the money and buy it outright but laundry don't wait until you can afford to buy it outright. Going to the laundromat is just as expensive for me as renting a washer and dryer. So either i go to the laundromat or rent it and stay home and do laundry in comfort. Hmmm easy choice for me.

And Dave I am not a food stamps or welfare person. I work for what I have and so does my fiancee! I don't like paying more for things but some of us can't just pull money out of our @$$ when we really need something. So why don't you stop assuming that all people live off our rapidly failing system!
Agree

Malden, MO

#10 Nov 8, 2012
Liar Hater wrote:
Yeah trust me i know it would be cheaper to save the money and buy it outright but laundry don't wait until you can afford to buy it outright. Going to the laundromat is just as expensive for me as renting a washer and dryer. So either i go to the laundromat or rent it and stay home and do laundry in comfort. Hmmm easy choice for me.
And Dave I am not a food stamps or welfare person. I work for what I have and so does my fiancee! I don't like paying more for things but some of us can't just pull money out of our @$$ when we really need something. So why don't you stop assuming that all people live off our rapidly failing system!
Before I got married, I had to rent stuff. Yes I overpaid, but for me, spending around $20 a week was easier than coming up with $500 at one time when my washer broke down. You are right, laundry doesn't stop so you can afford to go buy one! Some may argue, put it on a credit card. Well, again, by the time the interest get tacked on month after month, you have overpaid.
politically incorrect

Tecumseh, KS

#11 Nov 8, 2012
Ok I know I talk a lot of crap on here but on a serious note, not trying to piss anyone off! You could buy a $100 pos washer or dryer take the savings from the laundromat and pay cash for a new one in like 6 months! Those places just keep the poor, poor!

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#12 Nov 9, 2012
Politically incorrect .....yeah that would work if i could even come up with that amount but unfortunately i am lucky to even have enough money to have gas for work so i'll stick with my $50 a month payment. I'm lucky to have that most months if something happens like the kids get sick then i have to pay for the doctor visit because i can't afford insurance and make too much for medicaid. At least i can get aarons to work with me.
So true

Fredericktown, MO

#13 Nov 21, 2012
Agree wrote:
<quoted text>
Before I got married, I had to rent stuff. Yes I overpaid, but for me, spending around $20 a week was easier than coming up with $500 at one time when my washer broke down. You are right, laundry doesn't stop so you can afford to go buy one! Some may argue, put it on a credit card. Well, again, by the time the interest get tacked on month after month, you have overpaid.
My husband and I make very good money and have excellent credit, although we are maxed out on credit cards and our washer also went, so for us it makes sense to rent right now. So before anyone points finger a finger, just remember there are four pointing back at you!

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