you never heard of Fedex? - they're cheaper than a lawyer and more reliable than some of the people on this forumBlurLiao wrote:thanks for the comment. I wanted to return the notebook, but the Singapore company is requesting me to return it to Singapore to them. I can't as now I am no longer in Singapore and I do not want to fly back to return the notebook to them.
Blurliao before you act like sotong and become blur like sotong, these are my thoughts. I assume this issue is more sinister than one that meets the eye. Based what you said in your posts , you have nothing to worry about unless for some reason that they have proof from e-mail or signed purchase order by your yourself or whatever that can incriminate you that proof you have stolen property in your possession only than you are done for.BlurLiao wrote:thanks Mad Scientist for the informative reply.
I am wondering can someone claims their belonging is stolen without able to prove they own it? Where there is prove to prove they do not own it?
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