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1 unpaid debt on Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:36 pm

en.rika


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I buy & sell brand new cellphones 5 months ago. My friend decided to resell the cellphones from me. Instead of paying me in cash, she promised to pay me in a month or 2. I agreed with her. As of today, she had not paid me yet. She's in debt of 38400php. I kept on reminding her, but she would only pl ad to extend the agreed date. Sad Is there any legal agreement that she and I could have so I could somehow be relieved that she'd really pay me? Could I file a complain against her?



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2 Re: unpaid debt on Wed Apr 20, 2011 2:41 pm

forestinterlude


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Hi en.rica! It always happens that the people who are closest to you are the ones who are most likely to cheat you especially on money matters. And when you try to remind them about their debts(promises after promises), they will resent you. You're not alone,don't fret. Good luck and cheer up...

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3 Re: unpaid debt on Wed Apr 20, 2011 5:38 pm

attyLLL


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ask her to issue you checks.

do you have any written proof of your transaction?


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4 Re: unpaid debt on Sat Apr 23, 2011 2:54 am

en.rika


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Yes. She made a promisory note. But it's outdated. In that note, she promised to pay this April 2011. But the date had passed, she hadn't paid yet. Sad

attyLLL wrote:ask her to issue you checks.

do you have any written proof of your transaction?

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5 Re: unpaid debt on Sat Apr 23, 2011 10:16 pm

attyLLL


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send a demand letter to her last known address then file a complaint at the bgy if you live in the same city or municipality, you have to file a complaint at her bgy, and if no result, a small claims case. rules on sc.judiciary.gov.ph.


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