My goods are twice the cost of the money owed. Is It possible to be given part? Secondly, what if the business is unable to pay up, what happens to me and my stuff?
Just to be clear . The Warehouse can auction my stuff even though they cost more than the money owed? . Do I contact them directly for negotiations ? They've refused to respond to my emails . Or do I use a third party negotiator?
One Last Question, what's the best way of Hiring an Attorney With Affordable Charges?
Thanks for your Time. I Pray This Issue is Resolved Soon Because My Good S Are Worth About $5000 And It's A Lot of money for Me to Lose. Have a great Day!
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