SIMCO Corp. taling advantage of the D...

SIMCO Corp. taling advantage of the Disabled!

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East Liverpool, OH

#1 Mar 10, 2011
If anyone is planning on renting from any apartments owned by simco corp. Let me tell you something, I am disabled and on Social Security Disability and I tried to rent an apartment at Town and Country which is owned by simco corp. As told to me after I was denied, anyone with a convicted Felony charge for any reason and no matter how old it is will not be allowed to rent from them, how ever they don't tell you that unitl after you fill the application in and pay the $50 holding fee, Then when you get denied for the felony charge you only get $35 back,They do this to people who are disabled and or on Social security also,even though we live on a limited income and below the poverty level, I just received a copy of thier new application and it says if you get denied then you lose $25, I learned of this legal thievery by Sam Burqett, I think that's how you spell his last name!This is such a sad Country when people like simco corp can take advantage of the disabled!

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