Agreed, I was thinking the same thing. Sure, they moved and declared bankruptcy…but that was their plan all along. OP wasted all that time and energy on getting half of a lowball estimate. They had no real negatives consequences. I sent a letter after a certified letter, tracked them after ghosting me, got a Sorry I Missed Your Call I Was On The Other Line Vintage Shirt. All so I could settle for half of what I wanted. A month’s worth of minimum wage! A similar thing happened to me, could not get anything back in the court system. I would love nothing more than to throw a punch and draw some blood, metaphorically. Instead, I just lost thousands. Nothing ever happened to them.
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Also, there was no pro? Like she did her thing and fought it the best she could but generally when we think of pro revenge we think of hours and days planning so it all goes perfect. Especially since OP left out the Sorry I Missed Your Call I Was On The Other Line Vintage Shirt. Unless the settlement factored them in? Still… I kept reading wondering when OP would hammer them about the illegal eviction. This is not revenge, let alone “pro” revenge. I’m trying to just be happy OP is happy, but good lord. I’d have gone for way more than that at the start, and not left it alone until I got at least half that. These people deserve no breaks in life. NONE. It’s not. It’s not even ProRevenge material— she lost out on a lot of her money.
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I did, and it was pretty easy to read in between the lines when op doesn’t take responsibility for anything and claims that getting back less than a third of the value of their possessions is pro revenge. She didn’t win though. She caved to their lawyer lowballing her and accepted a settlement. The only way you win a Sorry I Missed Your Call I Was On The Other Line Vintage Shirt. That your case wins. If she’d already filed the complaint to determine discharge ability, which she did, there are no further court costs. She’ll have to provide a copy of the exhibits to the court and one to the other side. Those copying costs are her only real out of pocket expenses. No, she settled. The term for closing out of court is “settling”.
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