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 Do I legally have chance of getting money back?
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s_r
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Posted - 15 March 2005 :  00:46:47  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Five years ago my current boyfriend at the time, no
longer so, took a lot of my money and money I didn't have in cheques
with the promise of returning it.

I still have received nothing, the sum total is about four thousand pounds. I was a student at the time and was almost taken to court by the bank and had to take a job in my final year. I understand that I agreed to hand over the money but believed that I would get it back. Do I legally have any chance of getting this money back?

need_help
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Posted - 28 March 2005 :  03:56:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
hi
I am not a lawyer, but these are my thoughts, (i suggest you ontact a lawyer before you do anything or follow anyones advise from this site). Well unless u have proof from ur ex boyfriend, that he infact borrowed your money, i dont think so. Without proof you have no case. If you have proof you might be able to. i would contact a local Laywer and ask(only if you have proof).
Hope that helps
but remember no proof no case!
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