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Pillar Communities Corp the Heartless Property Management Company
This issue has not been resolved.
Pillar's Attorney told me that he did not recognize what the Arizona Rental Laws say about Domestic Violence Survivors as being valid when I spoke with him on the phone. I offered to meet with him and Pillar to bring in government proof (because I'm a veteran)of my domestic violence status as well as proof of my PTSD and other conditions and he said no.
I then offered to make a payment arrangement just so I could be mentally free of this issue because in the past I spent a lot of time in therapy and I felt it was necessary for my healing process to see those who filed the false collection claim and also did nothing to help me when I was going through that ordeal and Pillar's Attorney said no. I have gone above and beyond trying to resolve this issue and Pillar has done nothing just like when I was being terrorized on the property they were managing.
Domestic Violence Survivors are only required to give a 30 day notice.
This very same information was submitted to Pillar and TransUnion in my dispute claim and I tried to send it to their Attorney's office,but was repeatedly given a bogus email address. I have since filed a complaint with the Arizona Attorney General Office and waiting for a response.
I would like Pillar Communities Corporation to know that I am so tired of having to relive what happened to me while renting an apartment at their N. Scottsdale Rd apt community!
I have been disputing their false collection claims for over 2 years now! I DO NOT owe them any back rent of any kind because my rent was PAID IN FULL UP TO THE POINT WHERE I GAVE A 30 DAY NOTICE TO MOVE AFTER NOT BEING ABLE TO TAKE IT(what was happening to me on the property they were managing) ANYMORE! The fact that they are trying to falsely collect money from me is a very clear statement to the State of Arizona and it's laws and regulations in regards to the rights of Domestic Violence Survivors and apartment rental agreements. DMS's are only required by Arizona State Law to give a 30 day notice to move and that is exactly what I did after trying unsuccessfully to get help from the paid staff in the management office that were Pillar Communities Corporation employees.
I also contacted my local police department and the Phoenix Veterans Administration because I am a veteran.
You know it's time to move when an officer of the law suggests that you move so I gave my 30 notice and got the *** off of the property! What they are doing to me is a perfect example of a victim being victimized.
- Please read my posted review for answer
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