Know never own a car before so know know what was getting into he told me by getting a car in my name it would make my credit looks good to get a house and he ll take the car out of my name within a year time went to dmv and get the car register in the guy name that guy know never met him before so now is there any way can get back that car without have to have the bank repo it?
This guy is a scammer am not the first person he did it to he have me registered the car into his friend name which is living one block from his house went to his house and saw the car am asking why is it that call the cops and still get the car which the title of the car is in my name am now paying for this car plz need your advice on how and the best way of going about getting this car
i dont know why they did that ok so now am in this situation how can get out of this how can get the car
ok and thanks am in brooklyn ny how much is ur fee and how long will the process takes?
Dear Customer,Unfortunately, I cannot accept clients through this website (it is one of the terms of the forum), and I do not practice in NY. You can find an attorney through the New York State Bar Association website; Martindale Hubble, or AVVO. (Look for a civil litigation attorney in a solo practice or small firm).If the other party does not show up (you get a default judgment), the process can take 3-4 months. If the other party contests the matter it can take up to a year.These are rough estimates and the process can be shorter or longer. One of the biggest delays will occur at the beginning if you fail to properly serve the defendant with the complaint. It is worth spending the additional money to hire a licensed process server to ensure your summons and complaint is properly served as this will save a significant amount of time.
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I was talking to a lawyer that says his way is that he would get a court order take out and then get a marshalls to go cease the car it can happen that way too right?
ok so we are saying the fastest way is to go throw a lawyer right
Was so confuse and know what to do where to turn but after talking to you u helped me to now make a decision and how to go about my situation wanna tell u a big thankyou it was nice talking to u
hi so now start a case with a lawyer he got a court order to go cease the car the guy now hiding the car whenever or the prosecuter go there the car is that there the next step can they take knowing they have a court order wanna hear from u thanks?
even though pay this lawyer thousands of dollars would ve to hire a repossession expert or towing company for me to pay dif money should be ale to get a refund back from this lawyer if am to go try a dif solution?
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