Submit a police report
Go through a ton of red tape to try to get it back (broken/trashed by now BTW)
Take the fella to small claims court
Chalk it up as an expensive lesson
---- John Sims <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Sounds like a case for Judge Judy.
> John Sims, BN6
> Aberdeen, NJ
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> Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2009 5:11 PM
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> Subject: Re: [Healeys] Non Healey related Question
> Our daughter owns a Yamaha Vino scooter which a "friend" agreed to watch
> when she moved from D.C. two years ago. She recently relocated back to
> D.C. and contacted the "friend" about the scooter. The next day she
> received a call from the "friend" saying it had been stolen. Seems that
> (as he tells the story) the lock, used to secure the scooter at night,
> had broken. Instead of replacing it he claims to have made it look like
> it was secured. He admitted it was his fault and would make things right.
> Our daughter contacted him with a reasonable offer and never received a
> reply. She then said she didn't care about the money and just wanted the
> paperwork and her helmet back. Still no reply, although he has an active
> face book site.
> The question is that we have the VIN number and I wanted to know if there
> is a way to track down the title as we suspect foul play and think it may
> have been sold, wrecked, or otherwise disposed of. TIA.
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