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Hi Alex, Yes, that's right .Thankyou.
Alex, No worries I will resend this contract [email protected]
I really don't want this but Happy to pay legal fee to Cancel out the contract.
I want to give up what i paid $17K and Happy to pay legal fees.
What will be the consequences if I stopped paying? These people seems pretty professional cheaters to me.
Please, Let me know the best possible option.
As they told me on my previous conversation they don't want to cancel. But, I really don't want this at all and I want to sue them even if I need to pay another 10k on legal fees. Pls, advise me the best solicitator who can handle this.
If you are in or close to Sydney then you should give Stephen Amelio a call. He can be reached on (02) 9806 7404, and should be able to assist you in suing them if that is what you want to do.
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Thank you Alex. I will call to Mr Stephen soon.
Hi Alex, I called the no you have provided but was unable to find Stephen Amelio.
Hi Alex, I'v contacted Mark office and going to send infos. But, one thing I still need to know from you.
I'v stopped paying since Feb 2013 and whatever I paid them I don't want anything in return.
What extreme they can go legally ? Can they bankrupt me ?
Hi Alex,No problem I will rate you as soon as I receive full answer But I'v been charged twice by Just Answer for one Question which I am still waiting to receive full answer.
As I have asked earlier you v replied they can sue me but what will be the consequences. What can they to me in extreme ?
I don't know why you would have been charged twice. If you email:
they should be able to issue you with a refund.
As for what they can do to you if you don't pay, they can sue you for what you owe. Once they have that judgement against you, yes, they can bankrupt you and the only way to avoid bankruptcy at that stage is to pay the judgement amount.
all right but I didn;t have any equity while these guys misleaded me to sign on documents.
what should be the financial penalties if i don't do any defence ? where as I have not received any benefit from this.
Not putting in a Defence is a bad idea. You are best off putting in at least a weak Defence instead of not filing one with the Court at all. However, the amount they will sue you for, that would only be for the missed payments so far as well as their legal fees.
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Hi Alex, thank you for more details but what does it mean - "You are best off putting in at least a weak Defence" and how to do it ?
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