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Old 12-13-2009, 11:00 PM   #26
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Thank you all very much for the input. He appreciates it -> he's probably reading every reply...
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What are the chances that someone who had recently been sued goes after a family that took them to court?
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Old 12-13-2009, 11:16 PM   #27
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220,000 on an 06, that's crazy. Works out to be over 200km, every single day.
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What makes you think he'll go after your family? What is "gangsterish" about him?
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Old 12-13-2009, 11:26 PM   #29
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Well, not quite... 226,000km / 4 years = 56,500km/yr. 56,500/365 days = 154.8km/day.

That would be driving Abbotsford - Vancouver - Abby round-trip EVERY DAY (not just weekdays).

Or it would come to about 217km/day commuting only on weekdays (figuring 260 work days a year - 5 days/week, 52 weeks). That would basically be round-trip Chilliwack to downtown Van.

It's POSSIBLE (I know people who DO make that drive often) but certainly hellacious!
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Old 12-13-2009, 11:28 PM   #30
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No idea. I asked and apparently the guy lived in Surrey and was the thug type of guy.. Wears CA and Ed hardy... talks like a gang member. i have no idea.

BTW - not my family.. a friend's.
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Old 12-13-2009, 11:43 PM   #31
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Sounds like a wannabe.

Damn wiggers.
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^he's asian! =P
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"Your friend" didn't buy it from the Saini brothers, did he?

Tell your friend to read the top part of the Transfer/Tax form that the seller filled out. Since I happen to have one here.. and for everyone's entertainment...

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By our signatures we declare and acknowledge that: (a) the information provided by each of us in this form is true and correct to the best of our knowledge and belief, (b) this form is not valid if the information shown is inconsistent, changed or altered, (c) any false information regarding the purchase price and trade-in (if applicable) or taz payable may result in a penalty of 25% of the tax due being levied, a fine of up to $10,000 and/or imprisonment for up to 2 years, and (d) the Consumer Taxaation Branch may require either of us to provide evidence to confirm any or all of the purchase price, trade in (if applicable), tax payable or claimed exemption.
Then in the BIG RED BOX it asks for the Odometer Reading - complete in full

So.. I'd say, since the information provided was false, according to (a).. and the form is not valid then, according to (b)... you've got a fraud case on your hands. I'm sure the Fraud section of ICBC would love to tear this seller a new asshole. Give 'em a call - 604-661-6844.
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My friend is getting in contact with his lawyer to sit down and talk about possible options in pursuit of suing the seller.
I am wondering though, if he did call the ICBC fraud line - what would he say to them? What kinds of things could ICBC do to help them out? Would they themselves pursue possibly laying charges on the seller?

Also, what could my friend potentially sue for?
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My friend is getting in contact with his lawyer to sit down and talk about possible options in pursuit of suing the seller.
I am wondering though, if he did call the ICBC fraud line - what would he say to them? What kinds of things could ICBC do to help them out? Would they themselves pursue possibly laying charges on the seller?

Also, what could my friend potentially sue for?
If your friend is talking to a lawyer, he is already way beyond what RS can offer.
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My friend is getting in contact with his lawyer to sit down and talk about possible options in pursuit of suing the seller.
I am wondering though, if he did call the ICBC fraud line - what would he say to them? What kinds of things could ICBC do to help them out? Would they themselves pursue possibly laying charges on the seller?

Also, what could my friend potentially sue for?

im going to go with "What is Fraud" for 400 Alex
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LOL, if he's the 'gangster' type I bet that car was used to do runs, either that or he works a job that does ALOT of driving...
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It's possible to 'accidently' wipe away or reset the odometer of a car. Happened at the dealership I work at. Had to reset the PCM or something along those lines or something (I don't know the EXACT specifics) but when a dealer does that, it goes onto the records, and it gets a sticker on the door jam stating the mileage before the reset. It's illegal to remove that if I'm not mistaken. Please correct me if I am.
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^^ Yeah but unlike this, "Odo flipping wannabe gangsta" makes more sense.
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No idea. I asked and apparently the guy lived in Surrey and was the thug type of guy.. Wears CA and Ed hardy... talks like a gang member. i have no idea.

BTW - not my family.. a friend's.
I'd say speaking with a lawyer and suing the guy is what I would do.

I disagree with what you posted though. A person is not automatically a thug type of guy if he wears CA and EH. Also, how does a gang member talk like? People from gangs can be weathly and educated as well. Just a thought
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imho i think if buddy sues, hes got a good chance for winning the case. icbc is strict with fraud.
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