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Old 14 November 2009, 15:13   #21
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Say's the voice of experience
Was he naughty in the olden days then?
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Old 14 November 2009, 15:41   #22
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Was he naughty in the olden days then?
Jono has been the subject of several RIBnet court sessions. Normally at his own request to be fair!
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Old 14 November 2009, 16:34   #23
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Jono has been the subject of several RIBnet court sessions. Normally at his own request to be fair!
and... never convicted
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Old 14 November 2009, 16:52   #24
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Hi Guys,

As a few of you know, I have a fairly rubbish year having being made redundant etc, so I turned my hands back to RIB repairs briefly to bring in some cash rather than going on the dole, I started to do this just in September and October prior to my departure to go traveling for a couple of moths whilst I decide my next plan.

I carried out a temporary/emergency repair for a well known person here who has a charter RIB back in September, I have done a couple of jobs for him the past with no complaint. He then subsequently decided to offer to buy a couple of items I had listed here in the classified section promising payment for both the repair and bits by BACS. He has made numerous promises and is quite frankly just being a complete **** about it, we are now in November, I am sitting in an internet cafe trying to get my money and he is just ignoring me.

He is a well known member here and has been in the industry for a couple of years, should I name and shame or what?
no point sitting in a cafe moaning about it ...get round his place and demand it... i wouldnt leave with out either the money in my hand or something to the value of what he owes you then id name him anyway
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Old 14 November 2009, 17:43   #25
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what do you do if someone kicks the bucket and owes you money, his wife knows but i have not wanted to ask for it ?
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Old 14 November 2009, 18:07   #26
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Nothing like a trial by the rib.net court

This thread is worst than a court letter.

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I totally agree if the alleged individual is watching this then maybe you will get your money and save all the court process
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Old 14 November 2009, 18:30   #27
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I totally agree if the alleged individual is watching this then maybe you will get your money and save all the court process

The rib.net court is a very simple process these days

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Old 14 November 2009, 19:36   #28
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The rib.net court is a very simple process these days

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Good on you Jono!

the rib net court may flush the B****** out!

Good luck!

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Hi guys,

Thanks for all the support!

The charter company in question is in Portsmouth and I am about 8000 miles away in cental Laos about to go to Vietnam. So I cannot go and see him, that would be my first thing to do, I spoke to him several times on the phone and he made numerous promises to pay which have not happened. Court would be good but I cannot make my case very well from here as I would need to attend.

The guy is just dicking me around in a very unfair way.

I think selling the debt is probably my best case in this situation.

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Old 15 November 2009, 02:53   #30
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I think selling the debt is probably my best case in this situation.
Unless you have a signed written agreement you cant do this legally, you can of course send the boys round.

You need to issue a letter/email offering 30 days to pay before court, this will help things later on, the chances are you wont have to go to court and the process can be started on line (google money claim online) and you can provide your prosecution statement online. In my experience i would not recommend this process, the bastard normally get away with paying you 1.50 a week interest free for the next 78 years.

The guy probably wants to pay you buts hasn't got the money, why not offer a few options-

1. accept paypal so he can pay you by his credit cards or his mum/wife's credit cards
2. offer for him to pay by installments by post dated cheques


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