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I have made a deal w/ someone via facebook I can supply the

I have made a deal w/ someone via facebook I can supply the conversation if you wish... Essentially, I owed him some money for a car that I bought. With the car there were other parts as well. Long story short If I paid the payments for April and May, he agreed to send the remote start. Once I verified the parts were complete, I agreed to send the final $100.This was back in May about the 14th. I haven't heard anything sense. No package, no tracking number. It's been over a month now. Do I have any options?Conversation follows:I just sent an email to Bethany's paypal email from Escrow.com. I believe at this point the only fair way to proceed for both of us is Escrow. I agree to make the full $200 payment, and will omit the body kit and spare parts, if you agree to send the remote start keyless entry system. To be realistic I don't expect you to send the rest, shipping would be unrealistic.I will release payments in 2 parts according to 2 specific milestones1.) tracking number verified by Escrow.com. At this point $75 will be released. $50 for April payment and half of May ($25), given we are only half through May.2.) Once I receive and verify all parts contained according to accompanied instructions, I will release the remaining $125.After this we can be done. This seems the most fair resolution. You want your money and I want my stuff that we agreed upon. In this way we can each get what we want and be done.I'll pay the Escrow fee, given that it's my idea, in exchange, you pay the shipping, which will be considerably less.Escrow.com has the rest of the details.5/14, 10:17pm***** *****onMake your April and May payments on time via PayPal. Once both of those payments have been received them I will ship the remote start to whatever address you furnish.I have never heard of escrow.com and the reviews of the site are less than impressive therfore I will not be using any other site than PayPal witch insures all transactions.End of discussion. This is your only option.Darin HemmerProvide a tracking number when sent. I won't send June or July until recieved and all parts accounted for. That's the dealAnd if you'd like I'll send them as one***** *****onSend it togetherDarin HemmerOnce remote start is recieved and ask parts accounted for consider it done.Done

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I am a writer who entrusted the publishing (printing) of my

I am a writer who entrusted the publishing (printing) of my book to printers (a company), who misrepresented their experience. My book was "butchered" and can't be sold. How do I sue this printer and recover my loses including the cost of printing, and potential earnings.B.L.

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Dwayne B.

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May of 2015, I called a company located in CA. that makes

May of 2015, I called a company located in CA. that makes ability boards for physically challenged citizens, and inquired if one could be customized and delivered for a dedication to a non-profit organization before or by a scheduled luncheon,November 8, 2015. Confirmation on the make, sale and delivery was made. Price tag: $7,000.00 pre-paid. Invoice mailed to me.November came, no board. The seller did call to ask if delivery could be made in January of 2016. I rearranged dedication date to accompany his request. January, February and March went by. No board, no calls, no contacts or connections. Ending of April the merchant call me to say the board has arrived. I told him because of the new arrangement, the board need to be delivered to my house.When he arrived, everything came in separate parts. Nothing was packaged or shrink wrapped. I ask if this was a new board, he told me it was. I asked if the special calligraphy writing was imbedded in the board as I ordered, he told me it wasn't. I told him to just place the pieces in areas in my garage and that I will look them over when I get back from my three weeks overseas, which I was leaving in a few days.When I came home and checked the items out two days later, I was very distraught. The board and various accessories were not new at all and in bad condition. He pawned an old, used and damaged board on me. I called him right away that I was not accepting the board and that I was very unhappy about him not keeping to his commitments. I told him he need to pick this board up and give me back my money. H hung the phone up on me. Before he did, though, he said something to the effect of..."you wanted a board, I got you a board and that board you got is what you paid for".I want to give him or the company he does business an opportunity to mediate the money I paid to have a board made for me. If not, then I will make this subject to sue.Is this a case I can go into court by myself and rely on the judges decision or should I take council?Thank you for advise.

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Regarding purchase of boat. Paid deposit but not able to

Regarding purchase of boat. Paid deposit but not able to pick up yesterday per verbal agreement. Owner want to refund money but I want boat

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I am a computer consultant. I have a client who has a habit

I am a computer consultant. I have a client who has a habit of sending unsigned contracts, which I sign and return within one business day, but they don't return a counter-signed copy in a timely manner. How long can they reasonably keep me in limbo waiting for a counter-signature? If I decide I don't want to wait any longer, can I revoke my signature authorization? Thanks.

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My attorney did not show up hearing regarding my petition to

My attorney did not show up for the hearing regarding my petition to have my arrest record purged and expunged, which was set up for June 27th, 2016 -well after the 45 days mandatory waiting period (petition was filed on April 19th, 2016).I have paid $ 3,000 for his services. What happens now? Can I get my money back? Thanks.

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1). I, the dad, concluded a verbal arrangement with my

1). I, the dad, concluded a verbal arrangement with my daughter to allow me to purchase my new house in her name, because of my ongoing divorce - and with the understanding that the daughter will transfer the mortgage/ownership deed to me after I am fully divorced.(2) I made all related payments on the property, including appraisal fee, closing cost, termite and pest inspection, etc. I moved into the property after closure and have promptly paid the monthly mortgage continuously for three years. Daughter did not spend even a penny on the property, before or after closure.(3) The divorce is now complete; my daughter got married last week, and her new husband wants the house and has convinced her to back off on her promise to transfer the property to me as earlier agreed.Questions: What are my viable legal options?Option 1: File for eviction protection?Option 2: File for redress compensation?Option 3: File to get refund for money already spent on the property –for repairs and renovations, room addition, painting, landscaping, taxes, etc?Option 4: Other?

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Dwayne B.

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I am the parent of a minor child, she's 13 years old. My

I am the parent of a minor child, she's 13 years old. My husband passed away 6 months ago. He had a life insurance policy that was in Both her and my name. I am being told by the insurance company tat i need to prove that i am her legal guardian and guradian of her estate in order to receive collect the life insurance benefit. What forms do i need for that and am i not automatically her guardian? We live in Colorado.

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Ely

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There are three registered owners on two AKC registered

There are three registered owners on two AKC registered dogs. The one owner (Ann) who has possession of both dogs (they have lived with her since they were puppies) now has short term memory loss, possibly dementia, and serious medical problems. Her family first advised they did not have power of attorney and now they claim they do have power of attorney for her. The other two registered owners, my friend Julie and I (Susan) would like to remove both dogs from Ann, but neither Ann or the family are agreeable. Ann has just had surgery and most likely will have to be moved to an assisted care nursing facility once she has been to rehab after her surgery.Do we have any legal right to request the return of both dogs? The family has stated they don't care if we take legal action and have advised they are not giving up the dogs. While the dogs appear to be taken care of (a neighbor has advised)... as breeders we would like the dogs back.

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