AT&T cell tower leased through Wireless Asset Management.
by Richard H
My Dad was approached to lease a small section of his farm land for an AT&T cell tower. The lease was signed in 2004, after my Dad had an attorney review it. The tower was built. In July of 2005, my Dad was visited by a person from the cell tower lease company and my Dad was told if he didn't sign a new lease that day, the cell tower would be taken down and moved. AT&T didn't need the tower. My Dad believed the man and he signed the new contract without having his attorney review it. Wireless Asset Management is the name on the lease, along with AT&T. The lease went from $600.00/month, with a 10% rate increase to $500.00/month with a 5% rate increase. The family did know about this deal until last year. My Dad, being elderly didn't know what he signed and he forgot he had even signed a second lease. He never told anyone. Is there anything that can be done about this? We have an appoinment with an attorney next week. In my opinion, the guy just plain lied about removing the tower and they took advantage of my elderly father.
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