What would you do?
( and I won't even bring up the part about her calling the police to report her wheel chair stolen, while it was sitting in the storage vault at the agent in California)
I don't know how you're going to get your money back. Will she consent to a payment plan before you give her the chair?
I hope nobody from headquarters is monitoring this site, as if they get wind of it, they will give her the wheelchair, her entire shipment, air tickets and hotel lodging for a week in Hawaii, for free, and and charge it all to me.
You need to speak to your legal department. Goin’ way, way……..way back to before the demise of the ICC, the FHA and DOJ ruled that if a carrier releases one item from a shipment without collecting the total actual charges (or est. & 10%), they’re required to release every item on the bill of lading without collecting. Back then the customer had to pay the “audited” charges within 30 days. That ruling became the basis for the argument why the “doors weren’t opened until the bill had been paid”.
Coincidentally, there’s a new handbook rocketing to the top of the best sellars list that might interest those who live life using the "10-step program to [anus]ism". http://tinyurl.com/3wmhj3 “Walking, Talking Über Sphincter”. Yeah, I’m having some tee shirts made. I’ll be taking orders Monday.
uneasy feeling about the "TV star") & lo & behold the "TV star" said, "I didn't budget this amount for the shipment", it's $11,000.00, & I can't pay. He said he'd get back to me on what he wants to do with the shipment. I gave him 2 days to decide & then the stoage $$ will start. I'm glad I had that "uneasy feeling". At least I still have possession of the shipment. The "TV star" is "Sony Crockett"
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