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Woo Hoo .. Got my bike back :-)

Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' at netrider.net.au started by VTRBob, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. Was not a happy chappy last Fri / or over the w/end

    My pride and joy was Repo'd :evil:

    With finances the way they where with high rent etc etc, i'd dropped two payments behind and with the 3rd one due on this coming Wed .
    The paper pusher's decided that i was going to miss this payment as well ( even though i was in constant contact with them )

    So Fri afternoon a nice little man and a bigger man turned up at work to "give nicole a new home "
    It's taken alot of phone calls from both myself and my Boss, but "nicole just got returned to me with a thousand applogees !!
    exteamly long story but an over jealous F******t could'nt be bothered reading the whole screen in front of her, and just called the heavys out



    :evil: :evil: :evil:

    Plus a big thankyou to my boss who did and electronic transfer of the $$ that they where going to get this thurs anyway !!
     
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  2. Dude, did you check the bike over when they dropped it back?? I reckon they might of dinged the cans and craked the fairing on it :wink: :wink:

    wink wink nudge nudge
     
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  3. Onya bob, don't ya hate it when incompetence affects your pride and joy??
     
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  4. damn computers, they turn off people's thinking!!
    Glad you have a happy ending to this Bob, and ta to your boss, sounds like a nice man!
     
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  5. Glad to hear Bob, that must have been so bloody painful!

    I hope it wasn't the corp I work for :oops: . The debt collectors have no souls :? .
     
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  6. What did you do to make her that jealous?

    :D

    If she was over zealous then perhaps a few 2am visits to her home and a bit of testing of how secure your cans' baffles are should make you feel better.
     
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  7. A fortunate ending.
    Who was the financier?

    Repossession is always interesting. Out of interest, the following is law and I wonder if they were all applied in repossessing the bike? If not, they broke the law in taking your bike and could be charged for theft.
    * You must have been sent a default notice, with intention to repossess, via certified mail and have received it with 30 days notice (to give you time to apply to courts for a postponement)
    * They cannot remove the bike from private property without your signed agreement or court order
    * If you owe less than one quarter, it cannot be repossessed without a court order
     
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  8. Jason, that's a useful collection of information that I hope never to have to use, but I sure am going to print it out for safe-keeping!!!
     
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  9. That is why i have it back, and the finance comp is in serious damage control now

    Who said i wasn't thinking of upgrading to a new'r model ?

    :twisted:
     
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  10. Close shave, bob. Glad to hear it worked out OK. Bureaucrats are bureauprats most of the time.
     
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  11. So this whole debacle isn't over?

    Keep us updated!
     
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  12. Pound them HARD! Finance Cos hate there name in the papers etc.. threaten some loud constant complaints to ACA......see what happens.
     
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