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  • Throw it away It is a fake and a scam If you call the *agent* what will happen is they will want you to deposit the check into your bank, and then wire a portion of it back to them. You will end up with a bounced/bad check, and they will have cash. You will be in deep doo doo with your bank and owe money in overdraft fees and the amount of the check. Toss it.
  • Be extremely careful about cashing that. It could be a loan type deal, and they could turn around and charge you some outrageous 29% interest etc. I would take it into my own bank. Show the entre contents of the envelope to my bank president or high up officer. Tell them youre going to deposit it, but need HIM to get to the bottom of this. If its a fraudulent check. Tell him. You got nowhere, when you called.
  • She hasnt been to court yet but has been thru a divorce but filed for child support earlier this yr. How is she getting a check already and hasnt been to court yet? where is the funds coming from and he hasnt been ordered to pay support yet? is this state funds that she will have to pay back? should she cash the check. She lives in the state of alabama? any help???
  • if she has not been getting any child support from him, then she probably was forced to apply for welfare for help supporting his child(ren). and if she recieved funds from the state (welfare), it is HE who has to pay it back. when she finally starts getting child support, she wont qualify for welfare money any longer. they take what is owed, and give her the balance. then all checks are fully hers from that point. CHILD SUPPORT CALCULATORS http://www.divorcelawinfo.com/calculator... http://www.alllaw.com/calculators/childs... http://www.helpyourselfdivorce.com/child...
  • you can get a check without a court order 'per se'. comes from the state at a pro rated amount.
  • you will have to pay the state back
  • So the other day was the first time I used Craigslist. I put up a dress for $350 and the next day I got a simple e-mail about it that simply asked "still available???" and so I replied that yes, the dress was still available. I was then replied with this: --------------------------------------... Hello... I really appreciate your response to my mail.I want you toconsider it sold, pls do withdraw the advert from craigslist to avoiddisturbance.I want you to know that i will be paying via certifiedcheck .I will need you to provide me the following information tofacilitate the mailing of the check 1.....Full name to write on the check 2.....Full Physical address to post the check 3.....Home & Cell Phone to contact you **I will like you to know that you will not be responsible forshipping i will have my mover come over as soon as you have cashed thecheck****Please kindly keep other buyers off.Regards. --------------------------------------... It seemed normal enough so I replied and gave what was asked. Name, address, my mother's cell # then mine. Told them to call once I had cashed the check to set up the pick up. Then I get this: --------------------------------------... Thanks so much for the info,i will like let you know that the deal isstill on and the payment would be sent via UPS or Courier Serviceand the item will be picked up as soon as you receive the payment,andget payment cashed.Then I will instruct my shipper to get in contactwith you for the pick up schedule time and date.I will like to tellyou that i would be sending a payment worth of $2000 to cover theshipment of the items bought, because, i might not be on hand when thepayment arrives,as am going for my honeymoon in the ALABAMA .As soonas you receive the check have it cashed and remove your money for theitem and send the remaining funds to my shipper via Money Gram moneytransfer.My shipper is also picking some of other items at the samecity of yours,that is why you need to transfer the amount to myshipper.you will have to deduct $50 for your running around thatI have caused you during the transaction period.Please let me know ifi can trust you on this so we can move forward from here.Do get back to me asap. Ok Regards --------------------------------------... When I saw the $2000 I knew something was off. My mom and I think its a stolen check that they don't want traced back to them. I plan on e-mailing this person back and telling them somehow that the deal is off, then reporting them to Craigslist, but I want to somehow incorporate into the e-mail that the address I gave them isn't my home address. I mean, after the whole Craigslist Killer thing, I don't want someone suspicious with my address getting any ideas. Can someone please help me come up with a way to get them away from my address in an e-mail. Maybe say something, I dunno, that its a business?? Anything is appreciated, thanks.
  • First off: If you have received the cheque, then don't cash it It's fake. The scammer probably lives in West Africa (>70% of Internet scams originate from that region). Scammers there use Western Union for money transfers as it is quick and paperless - i.e. almost impossible to trace the money once collected. Western Union transfers can be collected anywhere in the world irrespective of the destination country - all the scammer needs is the recipient name which he will have given you and the money control transfer number (MCTN) which you will have given him. He may even have a WU employee who will assist him with the collection. If you already have received the cheque (or if it does turn up), you can do one of two things: 1) Take it to the bank (along with all the emails) and have them deal with it. Do not approach a teller with it - ask to see the banks fraud department - if necessary call ahead and book a visit (this is to ensure that there is no confusion with the bank thinking you might be trying to cash the cheque). OR 2) Take it to the FBI and explain how you received it - again take the emails with you - they will understand; this sort of thing is very widespread. They will destroy the cheque. They will not be able to arrest the scammer - he's overseas and out of the jurisdiction of the FBI. There is no shipper, either - the name of the shipper will be an alias of the scammer who contacted you, one that he possibly uses to cash WU transfers. Don't worry about the scammer having your home address - he is overseas and is not about to do anything. There are far too many other victims for him to deal with to be worrying about you. His reply shows that he has not even read your advert (it's not specific enough to your item) - he has simply sent a pre-written reply - one of many he no doubt has on the go at the same time. He does have your cell numbers - he *may* call you and email you to try to put pressure on you to cash his cheque - he may even include legal-type threats in these calls / emails (e.g. you have my money, now do what I ask or I'll call in the FBI) You can safely ignore such threats - they are empty and cannot be followed up on - he is the criminal here - NOT you. If he calls you and becomes a pain, just place the phone next to a radio and walk away - he'll eventually stop - international phone calls are not cheap! Please understand that the majority of scammers 'work' out of internet cafes in West Africa - they have very limited resources and cannot empty your bank account or steal your identity. They simply haven't got the ability to do this. Craigslist scammers are working the 'short con' - contact, send cheque, get $$$, run. By all means report his email address to Craigslist, but don't expect an immediate reaction - scammers open bulk email addresses e.g. scammer001, scammer002, 003 and so on - when 001 goes down, they switch to 002. It might be worth just dropping a line to him telling him that you are sorry but you have sold the dress locally. Don't elaborate. Keep it short and sweet. Although unlikely, he *may* send a nasty reply to this - just ignore it. You will probably get an increase of 'standard' internet scam emails from the scammer (using different 'work names') as he now has your email address. Again, just ignore these things. - he's just trying on a different scam in the hope that he'll get lucky. If any of this is worrying you (and scams can be scary - through Scamwarners I've dealt with numerous victims of these types of scams so understand your concerns), I can explain further by email if you want. I can be contacted: 419scamwarner@gmail.com Luck.
  • Wow... you actually gave them your information? Whenever I use any kind of internet source, before confirming a sale or giving anyone any kind of information, I usually ask for some kind of confirmation that would be appropriate for the item I am selling. For example: "would you like any modifications to the dress?" or "Is the price listed acceptable for you or would you like to haggle?". Usually when it is a scam, you never receive a response, and personally I just write it off. Considering you have now given out your address, your cell #, and your mothers cell #, as well as your full name... well you've been scammed. Hopefully you wont be too screwed after they've used your information to do whatever they need to with it, although if you're particularly paranoid, get new phone numbers ASAP. There is nothing you can do about the physical address unless you really need to move. Try to exercise better judgment in the future, as there are so many people on the internet that can take advantage of you if you let your guard down. Always, always, always ask for confirmation that whoever it is that you're talking to isn't just a macro / bot with generic responses. If there is a real person on the other line, they wont mind the inconvenience at all. As far as getting them away from your address, at this point your best bet is to move, or to put up with whatever ridiculous spam mail you get. It is possible to set up charge accounts with companies with the information you've offered, so be ready to counter the bills with the emails you got. Save the copies to your computer, and look up a good lawyer in case of emergencies. Best of luck :(
  • This is why Craiglist has multiple warnings to look out for scammers and not to give out personal information. I have given out my address many times on eBay so items can be shipped to me and on craigslist so items could be picked up. I have to say the part that sticks out to me the most is "i might not be on hand when the payment arrives,as am going for my honeymoon in the ALABAMA" Honeymooning in the Alabama? That makes absolutely no sense. You should email them back and let them know the dress has already been sold and picked up and apologize for the inconvenience. If they continue to harass you then you need to contact the proper authorities but it sounds as though they are just trying to make money so once they see you won't help them they will most likely move on to the next mark.
  • Yeah it pretty much sounds like a scam to me. First of all, what does your credit score have to do with people taking advantage of their company card, and second of all, if this was a MAJOR concern, why couldn't they just do the interview with you first, so you guys could meet in person and feel each other out before doing a credit check. This is not how it usually works. Oh yeah, and how does a low credit score show that you are trustworthy and responsible?
  • Ok i had the same issue with my ipod except someone wanted to add another 100 dollars on and wanted me to give them the paypal info.First off you say i had a feeling this was scam so therefore i gave you a fake address then go on with your email.You report them to an internet crime website.I just did this with 2 ppl that tried to scam me and sent me 2 fake paypal emails that they sent me.They were very convincing but i have eye for things like this and paypal confirmed they were fake once i sent them to them.Just type in internet crime website.Its through the govt and im sure you can find them by googling it.Another tip aslo for sites like that.If they cant show up in person then its fake.A real person that isnt a scam woudlnt trust someone they dont know to ship them something with them paying first.They certainly wouldnt add money to something they are already paying for.They would want the item when they paid.Make sure you report them!! Lol you dont need to move like that other person said.Once you tell them youll be reporting them you wont hear from them again.That happened with 2 ppl thst tried to scam me.They hear that and they leave you alone.
  • That doesn't seem legit. 1.) Many spelling errors. 2.) Why would an email ask for personal information?
  • this is a scam do not reply to them any more! there trying to get your identity and info ! A well known scam from africa or some place like that. Avoid them!
  • I would start with going online and looking up Alabama's Chamber of Commerce for each county. That will tell you where the jobs are, where the affordable housing and about what the standard of living is there. Make sure you check on the crime rates and the school quality in those areas, too. As for how to come up with the cash quick, have a yard sale and sell everything you can't stand to part with. I'd even sell everything that won't fit in your car so that when you get where you are going, you don't have to store it while you look for a home. There is nothing as exhilerating as a fresh start, so enjoy!
  • Whats in Alabama? Does your family want to? And if time is essence, maybe you should try to sell some belongings or apply for a loan.
  • I am not sure what your wanting to know. If you have a good job offer or something in Alabama talk to your family about it. As far as making money quick, take out a loan or sell something that is of value to you. You really should elaborate more for a better answer, sorry.
  • What the crap do you want in Alabama? Sell cans and steal money from wishing wells. Or be a part of a heist. All of which will get you money but... Get a job would probably keep you a free man.
  • u must give proper details of ur ques if u wnt proper ans...i dnt understood ur ques!!!
  • You can get a marriage license and have the ceremony (if you want) at your County Probate Office. You should probably call ahead to schedule it. Here are the rules for Autauga County, for example: No blood test required. Only one of the parties must be present to apply for a license but must bring both parties ID. Applicants divorced less than one year must provide a copy of the Final Decree of Divorce. A 60 day waiting period is required by the State of Alabama Law unless a couple is remarrying. If the applicant was divorced in a state other than Alabama they must provide proof of the waiting period laws for that state. Marriage License is $48.00 and is valid for 30 days from the date of issuance. Marriages performed in our office must be scheduled ahead and cost $63.00. Appointments can be scheduled by calling (334) 361-3732 Payments accepted: cash or local check
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  • You go to the clerks office in your county and show your ID's and you will get your marriage license right away. Call ahead of time to find out there hours and what the cost will be and any other requirements, and how long the marriage license is good for, before you get married. Have a wonderful wedding day and a Happy Honeymoon.
  • My hubby and I got married in Alabama. You go to the courthouse with some ID (call to find out what). The clerk asks you some questions, she fills out the paperwork and BOOM, you have your license and are legally married that day. She will give you some paperwork to take with you and your official wedding certificate comes in the mail. Couldn't be easier. You take the paperwork she gives you and give it to your wedding officiant (if you are having a religious ceremony).
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  • We rented a house in 2/07 to this guy and his g/f. In summer 07 she moved out, and in 10/07 he moved a friend of his in (w/o our permission). He lost his job in 10/07 (layoff) he managed to pay rent on time until 1/08. Since 1/08 we've had to go to the residence and attempt to collect rent. We've tried to work with them, but they're not cooperating. Last week, the renter gave us a check for 4/08 rent (was due by 10th - obviously late) The check was no good. The bank refused to cash it b/c his account had insufficient funds. They were told they needed to be out by the end of the month (4/08). As we're about to enter 5/08, the 4/08 rent hasn't been paid (we've talked to him 4+ times regarding the bad check), the 5/08 rent is due on the 10th. They do not appear to be in a hurry to get out or in a hurry to pay. They have no lease agreement, are month-to-month renters. How do we get them out of our rental house?
  • Also- we found out last monday that the power/electric bill hadn't been paid. (It's in our name, bad decision, I know) Nonetheless, we paid the $225 light bill to keep the lights on and keep from losing our $300 deposit w/ the power company. (Otherwise, the lights would've been cut off on the 28th) - There will be another light bill on 5/1 and another on 6/1 that will still have either usage on it. Therefore, they're not paying rent nor are they paying the light bill. We want them out a.s.a.p. we already have two couples wanting to look at the place. The renter has been drawing unemployment compensation since 10/07 (running out anytime now)- There are numerous jobs in the area, we don't know if he isn't applying or isn't getting hired. Regardless, we want him (and his friend) OUT!
  • What about eviction for other things? (besides non-payment) Examples: *Burned holes in porch from bbq grill *Moved someone in w/ out permission *Doesn't keep yards clean *Broke the front steps beyond repair *Ruined furniture (couch, partially furnished rental) *Has dogs inside the residence, we ok'd them to be OUTSIDE not INSIDE
  • It seems that under Alabama statute you must first send them a 10 day pay or quit notice, do it today, it basically says they have ten days to pay or you will file for eviction for non-payment of rent, then if they do not pay all the monies owed in ten days on the 11 day go to the local court house and file for eviction For now on, once the renter is one day late with the rent, you should send them a 10 pay or quit to show them you mean business also if you want them out in general and the pay all monies owed after the notice, then send a month notice to terminate the lease
  • As month-to-month renters, you can give them 30 days written notice at any time and they have to leave. This should have been done before now! It would have spared you time, headaches and costs. Since they are in arrears on the rent, you must give them a three-day "pay or quit" notice in the proper legal form for your state. If they do not pay up or move out, then you must file for eviction in your nearest court or housing court, pay court filing fees, and pay for marshal's service on the tenants. You usually have to attach a copy of your "3-day" to your court filing. The court will set a date for a hearing -- and how long it takes varies with state law and how backlogged the local court is. It is up to the judge how long they can stay after you win an eviction in court -- some courts have a bit of "judicial discretion" even if the state sets a time limit.
  • Short answer, get to a lawyer now... longer answer... did you spell out the exact terms for eviction in your lease and has he violated them? Just because he is a month behind is not reason enough to kick him out and bounced checks have a fee attached to the regular rent. where I live you have to be behind at least 3 months on rent and then as the landlord you have to take your tenant to court. if a judge rules in your favor then you schedule a time with the sheriff and THEY evict the tenet not you. if you try to do it yourself then they can sue you for thef of their personal property,.. Remember this, just because you own the property does not mean that you can enter the building or grounds any time you feel like it. its your building but its THEIR residence and you can get sued for harassment. Attempting to collect rent is not an emergency or maintenance situation. Also attempting to 'work something out' face to face leaves no paper trail and in a court of law if its not written down it DIDN'T HAPPEN... in this case you really need to go to an attorney and get some consultation. now if you all go up before the judge and they tell him or her all about how they have no where to go and they have no money, he has no job and blaa blaaa, be prepared that the judge will rule that your tenants get to live rent free for a period in your dwelling until such time as they can find alternate housing. in the future this will DEFINITELY be an issue if there a young kids involved. in those cases the judge will almost always rule that the tenet had at least 6 months... EDIT *Burned holes in porch from bbq grill You deduct the cost of repairs and labor from the deposit. *Moved someone in w/ out permission What are you really going to do here? You already gave him permission to have a g/f move in, so its really just a matter of a different body. *Doesn't keep yards clean Again, deduct the cost of clean up from the deposit. *Broke the front steps beyond repair Broken record here, and 'beyond repair' means something like they removed them and use them for a fire... *Ruined furniture (couch, partially furnished rental) did you actually expect them to take care of free furniture like it was theirs??? *Has dogs inside the residence, we ok'd them to be OUTSIDE not INSIDE cleaning bill and deposit. it doesnt matter where his income is comming from, its not your business. just like its not his where you make your money. get rid of the paternal attitude fast... it really sounds like you bought a property, wrote down a lease in Word, and decided to be a landlord. you have to go by the stipulations in your lease and what the tenants rights are in your area. but if you have a couple of people interested do this. tell your current tenant that you will forgive any and all back rent up to and including May of this year, BUT they MUST have vacated the residence with ALL their personal property by the 15th and of course you keep the deposit. that will give you time to get the place repaired and painted and let the new tenant move in and start their lease on June 1st. yes you will loose rent but they will be out and you will get a better tenant.
  • Goz is right. You have to give them notice to pay or quit before you can file for eviction. Most landlords give a notice to quit on the 3rd or the 5th of the month if they havent paid by then. Once you file for eviction it will probably take another 30 days or so before you can get the sherrif out and force them
  • you may ask them to go away any time you like for any reason you like, subsequently the month to month settlement. placed it in writing 30 days in improve (ie. do it right now for July thirty first) and deliver it qualified mail. additionally i could call the tenant and enable them to appreciate your intentions and why. this could desire to help to comfortable something over. IMO, i think of you're making a mistake. you extremely shouldn't lease to kin or acquaintances because of the fact at last something will take place and you will could desire to decide for. perhaps your buddy will deliver an abusive guy around and have him shack up there, perhaps different issues will take place. you will lose the buddy and you will even have lost your domicile as human beings like that have a tendency to combat eviction and end paying lease. i could help your buddy locate yet another place to stay close by. it may additionally be possible to help them with lease money as a recent no longer a private loan, watching for which you will by no potential get your money back. this could help your buddy come again on her ft yet will additionally determine which you would be able to, at any time, stop your tips devoid of dropping your belongings. in basic terms a theory.
  • go to the court, file papares to have them evicted. it gives ther renters 30 days. after that thirty days, you get the cops to come in and escort them out.
  • goz1111 is right on the money.
  • Need some help here please. Read carefully: -My brother immigrated to Australia in Jan of this year. He lived in Alabama for all of 2007 and is an American citizen. -His W2's from his jobs were mailed to my house here in Alabama. -My brother did his taxes online, printed out his forms and mailed them to me so I could attach his W2's and send his taxes in for him. His forms just arrived.... -However, he put the return address in Australia which worried me so I asked him why he just didn't put this address and let me mail him his refund. He said Turbo Tax asked where he would like his refund mailed to and it gave the option for a foreign address. I checked this out for myself and they do give that option. Turbo Tax also keeps up with all the latest tax laws so my question is.... Will the Federal and State governments mail his refund to him in Australia or will they reject his return? (And yes, I could call the IRS in the morning but then you wouldn't have a question to answer!)
  • The refunds will be mailed to the address on the tax return. The IRS sends plenty of refunds overseas. I lived in Europe for over 10 years and never had a problem getting my refund checks. Cashing them was pricey but getting them wasn't an issue.
  • If your brother has bank account in the U.S., he should opt for direct deposit and provide his bank info on the returns.
  • No problem...though he may have trouble cashing it. HeHe.
  • I currently am living in Alabama for a few months and am having money problems. I'd like to deposit money, but there's not a single bank of America for miles. I managed to cash in my check, but I don't want to carry around so much money. Is it possible to send cash to my account with another ATM that isn't bank of America? If so, how do I do this?
  • No you can't use another ATM, only BofA ATMs.
  • The other day a very good friend of mine txt me asking for $500 and in return he would write me a check for $500. He needed the cash that day and said that his check wouldn't be good until Thursday. The cash/check exchange was on Tuesday. Well, just before I decided to take it to the bank the following week, my mom decided to call his bank and find out if the check was okay because he had mentioned Tuesday that the check wouldn't be good until Thursday. The bank said that the check was no good. Two weeks later, I today find out that he closed his account. So now my check is worthless. I am a student putting myself through school and he, and older guy, knows this. My biggest fear is that he is going to run to his house in Mexico and I won't see my money.$500 is a lot to a college student. The state of his bank is in Alabama. I live in Georgia. The account that he wrote the check on was his security company business account. What do I do?????
  • I'm sorry to hear that you have been scammed. Its sad to hear that he has/had a side business that involves security. He knew what he was doing, and he took advantage of your lack of knowledge (such as not knowing that he closed his account). The money is gone, and if its any consolation, you might want to file a judgment against him in small claims court. You might check with your local library to see if they offer a free legal clinic there. They are the legal experts. Here's some good news, since this crime of his was crossed over state lines, IT IS A FEDERAL CRIME. You might in fact have a good case against him. Good luck to you. And remember, what goes around comes around. You will soon recover to money in other unexpected ways, while he will have bad karma. That's the way the world works, and we can not change that!!!!
  • sure. each and each and every account has a separate account decision. once your daughter closed the old account, it would want to not in any respect be used back. no one can placed money into the old account or take money out of the old account. Your daughter then opened yet another account, and it had a diverse decision. that is achievable that the commercial organisation deposited money into somebody else's account. that is fairly like at the same time as the mail service placed your mail into your neighbor's mail field with the help of mistake. Your daughter needs to ask the shopper service workers on the commercial organisation the position the money went. that is then the commercial organisation's duty to fix their blunders.
  • And you call this guy a good friend?????Consider this a lessoned learned, kind of an expensive one though. You need to know your friends a little better. If you can find him you can take him to small claims court.
  • Know matter how much you know some one you should never trust them with your money.
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