Do you live in Madrid and hate non-payers?
Thread poster: xxxunpaid

Feb 12, 2003

I have the following problem:

1) I have a (former) customer who rudely stiffed me for a job I did for him.

2) He is wrong.

3) I want to have a summons to go to court served to him.

4) I need a person who lives in Madrid to serve the summons. This person must be at least 18 years of age, fill out a form in English, have it notarized, then send it by post.

If you live in Madrid and are interested in helping me out, please send me an email.



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Luis Orueta
Local time: 05:44
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living in Madrd Feb 13, 2003

Glad to help you but I will need a bit more background on the story.

further contact data in profile under Luis Orueta or Beboncio

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Sandra Bonilla
Local time: 05:44
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yo también vivo en Madrid Feb 24, 2003

Pero, como dice el compañero, algo más de esta historia habría que saber .

Escríbeme si quieres, y comentamos. Suerte, hagas lo que hagas.

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