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HelloThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.I suggest, this would now be a civil matter and you would need to bring her to small claims court and use the transfer of funds as evidence that you purchased the set from her. That is if she does not agree to return your money. At this point the police are going to let her have the property. They will tell you it is civil and you need to sue her. You can do that in small claims court on your own.So I suggest when she comes for the property, you should not fight with her. Let her have it and tell her you paid her and at this point you will be bringing the matter to small claims
If you have the evidence from the monetary transfer from you to her, noting the money was for the purchase, the court would order her to repay you. And you can seek interest and also ask the court to order her to pay your filing fees in this regard, since you told her to repay you or you would bring the matter to court.
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You can file in small claims court without a local attorney by getting forms from the clerk of the court in the county where the property was located. And the clerk will provide those forms and written instructions.
Once you file the suit, you also can get a subpoena from the court to obtain her text records from her phone carrier. And if you need to know how to do that, I can provide that information, if you give me the name of her phone carrier. But the suit needs to be filed first.