The interest rate is 12% Now, I did tell him I was getting a bonus and stocks cashed in, but that never happened as I had planned. I really want to pay him off, but he isn't responding to me now saying I lied to him. He is a nurse in the service and I don't think he wants this to become public but I don't want to be arrested either.
Hi, actually he loaned me a total of $190,000 but it was all in chunks of money. I did not get the investment property I told him I was getting, the deal fell apart but I did use the money for other things. So, he was under the impression that I would use it for a property, an investment and I never told him it fell thru. Can he get me for that? Some of the chunks of money were over $50,000.00 at 12%.
I think he is working with a lawyer because I sent him a note this morning and he said he is working with other people that know this more them him, meaning navy counsel I am sure.
I can't afford to go to prison, I just git a fantastic job.
I offered to pay him over $1800 a month for the next 20 years at 12% but with the agreement I can pre-pay with my bonus checks and he said no.
Can they get me for misleading him due to the property deal falling thru? Thanks, Peg
Hi, thank you. What happens if it is a civil case? Can I go to jail?
If I don't own any property or anything of value since I am still paying on my car, can he put a judgment against me?
If I agree to a settlement with the lawyer, do I need to go to court?
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