haha and dont i know about shock of horrors especally video ones hahaha
beasty xx love the support xx mate
and who ever else is on this thread thank you
as to op-- didnt you say that thing 1 and thing 2 and student were all related
some family -- you know they are all in it and not realy having any regards to the horse at all
as you did say they brought and sold between themselves so
they have done this deal getting the best -- was this thread as another twist to the tale
so the horse could gain more media- making a horse that wasnt valable valuable
Ladies and SuperGentleman (and any mortal gentlemen that I might have missed, including DHs)...
I think the fat ladies have sung, the cows have come home and pigs are flying.
She recieved a cashiers check yesterday and the money was in her account this morning.
So... unless the jackass really is a member of the Nigierian royal family whos daughter is studying in the united states and needs a royal horse to ride while shes here... it might be over...
Although I wouldn't doubt the above scenario...
In the words of Brad Paisley:
"So come on over tonight we'll sit on the swing,
Watch the pigs fly by flappin' their brand new wings.
Just sit back and relax and watch me eat my hat,
While the oak trees sprout dollar bills,
And I look you in the eye,
To finally say the words I swore I'd never say
In my whole life,
So come on over tonight"
Ok. So if it is over can I know the name of Thing 1 and Thing 2 so I NEVER, EVER do ANY business with them?
Glad the seller got what she wanted in the end; her money and rid of the horse. Guess she always does coming out smelling like roses b/c this SHOULD have been a disaster 100 times over. Some people just are "lucky" I suppose.
What I want to know is if the new owners paid $20K for the horse or are just saying they paid $20K for the horse (I think Donkeyman's friend was the one that heard that a few pages back). And if they did pay $20K for the horse, how much the seller actually received.
Last edited by ellebeaux; Jan. 19, 2008 at 10:39 PM.
Please be aware that it IS possible to put stop payments on cashier's checks.
Yep...that is possible. I used to work in banking. But I doubt very seriously they sent her a cashiers check and then stopped the payment...that is illegal and though these people may have taken advantage of this girl they really haven't done anything illegal...she agreed to everything they asked so as much as we wanted to think they were criminals who were going to screw her over in the end, they came through in the end and bought the horse.
**There are only two emotions that belong in the saddle; one is a sense of humour and the other is patience**
well, ya know...I hate to be so suspicious but what if the new owners actually PAID $20K for the horse but Thing 1 and Thing 2 did not disclose that information with the seller? Would she have any legal recourse in her contract?