MEXIA ENTERPRISES, INC. dba R-V-STEWART RENTALS
In Oct 2013 my wife and I needed to make a quick trip to Houston over the course of a week. We contacted Dick Stewart about an RV he had listed on his web site. Since our departure date was 3 days hence, he verbally quoted $2602 for the week's rental and read me his BofA account info. I drove to BofA and deposited $2602 to his account. Immediately after returning from the bank, new circumstances dictated that we cancel the trip. Phoned Stewart and told him I wasn't going to rent the RV and to send the refund to my home address. **NO REFUND OR COMMUNICATION FROM STEWART** Four months elapsed and I e-mailed him about the refund. He replied that I would have it the following week. **NO REFUND OR COMMUNICATION FROM STEWART** Three months later I filed a lawsuit with Metro Court. The trial was held on 7 Mar 2016. This case resulted in a JUDGMENT against Stewart. I received the final amount of the refund on 19 Mar 2016.
ONCE AGAIN, USE EXTREME DUE-DILLIGENCE WITH THIS OUTFIT!
Stewart replies: A number of circumstances, both verbal and written, caused the delay of the RV-rental balance of what [this reviewer] believed was owed to him, and they are detailed in the above referenced Albuquerque Metro Court Case Number. It is in my company's firm belief, however, that it had a good case in earning the client's reservation deposit, but the presiding judge ruled otherwise; the day after the trial, Mexia Enterprises, Inc., a NM company that has been serving the RV-rental community for more than 40 years, mailed a check to [this reviewer]'s lawyer for the amount the judge ruled upon.