No, I didn't insist on a receipt due to the fact I have known her for over 10 years. I also didn't want to make the situation any more awkward. I planned on getting any manuals/support online. I keep a small amount of cash with my important docs in my personal safe.
Yes, she is threatening me with involving the authorities. It being Sunday I can't pull that amount out of the ATM. She she was late already on her rent; the deadline was by 12:00 A.M. on 7//7/13. As I type this it's very clear what has happened. I'm an ASS, and I have been hustled?
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I would like to stand my ground, and cut all points of contact. If she tries to involve the authorities do I have the option to deny this whole matter? Or is there a way to verify I have it such track, search warrant, etc? Or is that a wrong turn from the word "option"? I feel snookered; I can handle my pride being hurt, but I will not jeopardize my freedom, or loose my career. Does she has to take me to court in order for any legal action?
If the authorities can't come arrest me or search my house Ill take my chances. She can't pay her rent let alone hire an attorney and try to sue me in court.
Once I have filed a pre-emptive complaint does that pretty much shut down any credibility she might have if she goes to the authorities? If she can't get passed them she will never take me to court. What is the best place to file this?
Once filed would you say it is beneficial to let her know, to call her bluff or keep it as an ace in the hole should I need it at a later date?
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