I did cancel the check on the advice of my bank so they couldn't redeposit. I then said I'd reissue although in their BBB bureau response they are claiming that they could redeposit. Why haven't they tried already? I feel very badly. I don't do things like this. I reissued a check because they threatened me with legal action. The man gave me the address and I also verified it with the BBB. The check was returned to me because that address was no longer being used. It had something like 'forwarding address expired' on their end. Isn't it equally as bad to give someone who is trying to make good the wrong address? And I've never been in possession of this ring. I have never passed a bad check. Never. I'm 40. It was a huge mistake.
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If their address is listed incorrectly in a web search and with the BBB then how are they getting it wrong. It might be a 'mistake' by I have no idea where the merchandise is. I am out of their state. I wouldn't remember where to find them unless I looked them up at what they state and what they stated. Shouldn't they change their address if they know it's wrong? If I reissue a check to this same address it will come back again.
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