About a year ago I worked for a small corporation and helped set up an account w/ Dell Financial for a loan for three computers. About two months ago Dell called me saying that payment was due. I asked why they were calling me, (it is a company account and I'm no longer w/ them) and upon further inquiries found out that Dell had placed me as a personal guarantor for the equipment. When the account was first set up, the Dell employee told me they needed my tax info to validate that the company was on sound footing (its a small company, of about four employees). Now they are telling me that by doing that I had agreed to be guarantor and sent a copy of the contract, with my name on it. I never signed anything. They have my name and a "pin code" listed on the contract which they say is as good as a sig. I never agreed to this contract at all! Also,instead of it being a loan,they set us up for a lease. They said that since bills have been payed for nearly a year (another employee was paying them)the account cannot be changed to a loan. The company I used to be with still has the computers. I have attempted resolving this with all of Dell's depts to no avail and have sent a letter a month ago to Dell Legal informing that I am disputing this and asked them to investigate and pull any tapes. They have not replied. How do I get out of this?