Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by CheckHELP, Apr 20, 2001.
All I have is a receipt proving I mailed the thing back!
Barclaycard Arrival Plus® Credit Card
Earn 40,000 bonus miles after spending $3,000 in the first 90 days; that’s equivalent to a $400 statement credit!
CREDIT CARD WITH BONUS OFFERBarclaycard Arrival Plus
Credit One Bank®Cash Back Rewards
Credit card for people with bad credit! 0% intro *APR for 15 months on balance transfers. $0 intro balance transfer fee for transfers made in first 60 days.
BAD CREDIT CREDIT CARDCredit One Bank® Cash Back
Barclaycard Arrival Plus®
2X miles on each and every purchase. 5% miles back with each redemption!
primor® Secured VisaClassic Card
Credit lines available up to $5,000! Reports to three national credit bureaus; perfect card for reestablishing credit. Guaranteed approval*!
SECURED CARD FOR REBUILDING CREDITprimor Secured Visa Classic
Barclaycard Arrival Plus® World Elite Mastercard®
Pay 0% interest on balance transfers for 12 months*!
YOU HAVE PROOF OF MAILING...DO YOU HAVE PROOF OF RECEIPT???
Did you get insurance on the laptop when you maile dit?
I would think that you can prove you put it in the mail. Once there, it's not your fault what they did with it.
You should have insured it AND sent it certfied with receipt. I don't think the Post office receipt alone is enough. There's no way to proove what it was that you sent.
Summing it up
The seller said "all sales final" but did he have a sign posted at his store or booth stating that? Was it in plain sight or on the sales receipt? If not, you may be able to attack from that standpoint.
Did you keep all your receipts, sales slip, any paperwork that came with the machine, postal receipts where you can prove beyond any shadow of a doubt that you mailed it or shipped it and that he received it? Did you insure the package for the full amount of the machine's purchase price so that in the event of loss or damange it would be covered?
Yes, I know that between all the other posters, all those points have already been made.
But you stopped payment on the check and now have no real proof of the facts you state, so my suggestion is that you should really think hard about going out and getting legal advice in this matter because what has been so correctly stated here could very well turn out to be a real legal nightmare for you. These good folks have only touched the tip of what might well be a very big iceberg.
Take what they have said real seriously and think about the consequences of what they have told you. If you do that, I think you will be seeking legal help real quick. One such source that might be of help to you is to talk to your local attorney general and see if there is any way they can help for free. Maybe so, maybe not.
Be safe, not sorry later.