Jan 13, 2015 3:12 PM
LYNDEBOROUGH - Nancy Jennifer Howe is stuck in what she calls credit limbo after the sale of Fred Fuller Oil.
"I try giving people the benefit of the doubt," said Howe.
In January 2014 Howe paid $3,000 to pre-buy oil for this winter but moths later fuller sold to Rymes. Rymes took over responsibility for all pre-buy and monthly. But other types of credit, like Howe's, were not covered in the bankruptcy settlement.
"They said they're not liable, and now I'm waiting to hear back," said Howe.
NH1 News spoke to John Rymes who said he is willing to work with customers in this "credit limbo" but it's not up to him weather they get their money refunded.
In the meantime, Howe has filed a claim with U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Concord, and hopes that it will decide she will get her refund.
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