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By: patticax2003
Closet & Garages Self Storage
i just moved out of my unit today..gave a 10 day notice like i was supposed to,left it swept out and clean.i had been paying two months at a time for the past six months,always on time.i was paid up until 1/1/10.i dont understand why they couldnt give me back some money(at least 1/3 of it) about $19..it seems alot of places want their money,some want a deposit,and expect you to pay on time,late charges,well you would just have to see all the paperwork...about charges if your this or that..but when it comes to when you should get a little back...everyone says no im sorry..and we ask why the world is in such bad shape...go figure
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