He gave his vehicle and money to the mechanic last year. He is not returning my calls, and I have left several messages with a "front man" at his shop. We need to move to the next step. I live in NJ, but I am trying to help him without having to go to VA.
Ok, so did you have a question? Tough to give you a shove in thre right direction with no facts. Why dies mechanic have the car? Why does mechanic have money? What is their agreement? The basic whi, what, when, where, why, and how facts.
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File a criminal complaint against him. That should get his attention.
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