No...so far we have paid $4, 300 out of $7, 000.
I don, t think the insurance company is going to pay anything as I think they found out the claim was false. By the way, the friend with which he sold the games is not the same one who claimed the loss.
It was probably for the appearance of the lawyer at the first hearing and maybe to study the case.
He is going back to court in around a week. For that, we were charged the second $3, 500.
I think the charge is a misdemeanor. I presume the claiming Friend may be pursued by the insurers on that sometime soono. Again, the totals value of the games was around $500 new.They were old...out ofdate.
DID you get my last comments? ?
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