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> Be wary of the 914 in Chino CA
rhodyguy
post Jan 10 2018, 02:57 PM
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Tell the seller you look forward to seeing him in court. Seller must be aware of world if everything is known to him. If he persists, out him. There's ways to turn the tables. I've been involved is a similar situation. Lost the money but made sure I got my pound of flesh.
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post Jan 11 2018, 08:04 AM
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If you decide to go the Small Claims route, in the letter you send to him, make a "demand" for the $1,000 back. Your letter needs to be unequivocal about that. Send it return receipt requested to his address and then send one to the same address w/o your return address. Give him a reasonable time to comply, say 2-3 weeks with a stated drop-dead day. After that, go file in Small Claims and have the notice served by a friend who has nothing to do with the transaction at all. Usually, once you get to that point, the idiots will pay to avoid court and the judgment.

Make no threats at all. Keep your letter to the absolute facts as they happened.
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post Jan 11 2018, 08:17 AM
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QUOTE(Cairo94507 @ Jan 11 2018, 08:04 AM) *

If you decide to go the Small Claims route, in the letter you send to him, make a "demand" for the $1,000 back. Your letter needs to be unequivocal about that. Send it return receipt requested to his address and then send one to the same address w/o your return address. Give him a reasonable time to comply, say 2-3 weeks with a stated drop-dead day. After that, go file in Small Claims and have the notice served by a friend who has nothing to do with the transaction at all. Usually, once you get to that point, the idiots will pay to avoid court and the judgment.

Make no threats at all. Keep your letter to the absolute facts as they happened.
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Thanks all.
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post Jan 12 2018, 05:24 PM
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QUOTE(Tdskip @ Jan 11 2018, 06:17 AM) *

QUOTE(Cairo94507 @ Jan 11 2018, 08:04 AM) *

If you decide to go the Small Claims route, in the letter you send to him, make a "demand" for the $1,000 back. Your letter needs to be unequivocal about that. Send it return receipt requested to his address and then send one to the same address w/o your return address. Give him a reasonable time to comply, say 2-3 weeks with a stated drop-dead day. After that, go file in Small Claims and have the notice served by a friend who has nothing to do with the transaction at all. Usually, once you get to that point, the idiots will pay to avoid court and the judgment.

Make no threats at all. Keep your letter to the absolute facts as they happened.
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Thanks all.


Car is still listed on CL as is your be careful posting. Sad that some sellers are stinkers
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post Jan 16 2018, 07:13 AM
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What is the sellers name? I would like to know. As far as the small claims thing, good luck. Even if you win it is next to impossible to get him to pay.
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post Jan 16 2018, 07:51 AM
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QUOTE(bdstone914 @ Jan 16 2018, 07:13 AM) *

What is the sellers name? I would like to know. As far as the small claims thing, good luck. Even if you win it is next to impossible to get him to pay.


I think it might be best not to publicly name the seller, I will handle recovery privately.

My focus is on making sure no one else is taken advantage of.

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