Here’s my story… Please feel free to share because I hope nobody else gets taken advantage of like this. I would rather be at work… I am a single mother of three and I am the sole provider no child support or assistance at all. I am being scammed by a person I considered to be a friend. His body shop repaired my vehicle and they have received 3500 up to date. They are continuously trying to scam me out of more money. I have emails and text showing the total of repairs being $4000 in full and then saying they were only charging me $3000 these people will not return my car. I have had to dip into the savings for my children to pay for rentals and my bills. I cannot go to work, and am hitchhiking with three little kids, the stress has also taken a toll on my health. I am able to provide text messages and Facebook post From myself and this company to show proof They have lied and said I have not paid but my bank account says differently.
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