ok we bought a bow flex 7 years ago it was a total of 1'000$ and the monthly payments was $50 monthly but we over paid them in monthly payment in $200 a month so we could get it paid off faster this vowflex kept charging us late fee after late fee even thou we where paying $200 month now how is that late and now it been 7 years and they just sent us a letter saying they where sueing us for $ 3,077.12 vut the johnson law firm and that they where going to garnish is wages if he didn't pay court date is set for oct sometime they even served us papers that was bought to us by a police. I have papers showing we over paid some where. and I know that we don't owe them anything....
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