Don’t laugh. It’s no joke. Rent-to-own stores throughout the U.S. and Canada rented thousands of computers equipped with tracking software that can capture your every move on the Internet and take pictures of you from your own webcam! What an incredible breach of trust and invasion of your privacy. It’s against the law. It’s certainly grounds for a lawsuit.
If you rented a computer from an Aaron’s or Colortyme store, it’s possible they know what you’ve been looking at on the Internet. They even know what you and your family look like because they can photograph you in the privacy of your own home. If you rented a computer from a rent-to-own store between 2008 and 2012 and are concerned that your computer may have had spying software installed on it, we will be glad to hear from you.
MORE THAN 60 ATTORNEYS, ON YOUR SIDE
Your trust has been broken. You didn't sign up to be spied on. And you may deserve compensation. The law firms of Jamieson & Robinson, Herman Gerel, The Spence Law Firm, and Levin, Fishbein, Sedran and Berman have joined to form one of the largest plaintiff's lawyer groups in the nation, specifically to hold Aaron's, Inc accountable for violating your privacy. We're going to do everything humanly possible to get you the compensation you deserve. And give you back your privacy.
ANSWERS TO SOME OF YOUR QUESTIONS
- If I rented a computer from a rent-to-own store between 2008 and 2012, is it possible I was spied on?
- Yes. Thousands of rent-to-own computers were secretly installed with spyware called PC Rental Agent. This software, when activated, can remotely take pictures with your webcam allowing strangers to peep inside of your home without you knowing about it.
- I pay my bills on my computer. Could they have captured my private banking information?
- Unfortunately, yes. The software they installed on many of the computers they retailed is capable of capturing screen shots and all keystroke information on your computer.
- Can they legally spy on me and my private information without telling me?
- No. They should have disclosed to consumers that the computers they were paying for were loaded with spy cameras and spy software.
- Isn't what they did against the law?
- Yes. It is a "common law invasion of privacy" and a violation of federal law, and it certainly is grounds for a civil lawsuit.
- How do I find out if they're watching me?
- Call us now at 1-800-791-7599. We can help you figure out if they've been spying on you.
- This really makes me mad. What can I do?
- Call or email us now. 1-800-791-7599. If Aaron's, Inc has been spying on you, we can demand compensation for this amazingly brazen breach of privacy.