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Old 07-28-2008, 07:01 PM   #21
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What kinda bike did he buy and how much ?
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asking $2500

friend paid $1400


but still wasnt worth that
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well hes a friend of mine so you dont like him, i dont like you

dont know the whole story, but from what i see it goes both ways.
if your a dealer, you should know better
my origanl reply
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Old 07-28-2008, 07:11 PM   #24
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I don't know him but after this thread http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=58217 and he turns around and fcks someone. What a shame.
http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...ght=ghostrider

just one of the threads that I referenced earlier
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Why don't you just go to his website and get his phone number.

http://avamotorsports.com/

I have dealt with him before when I sold a buddies bike. I got what I asked and he picked up. No problems. But that's just me.
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So you still havnt mailed my friend the title???
its been 4 weeks??
And he has wrote you numerous PMs and has called you also.
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Why don't you just go to his website and get his phone number.

http://avamotorsports.com/

I have dealt with him before when I sold a buddies bike. I got what I asked and he picked up. No problems. But that's just me.
Did you miss this part???
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hooligan startin' again... hahaha j/k that is f'ed up
They dont call me Hooligan for nothing
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Old 07-28-2008, 08:10 PM   #29
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or Adam... we'd be in Eden still if you didn't eat the apple... I hear they have nice roads there in the forest w the sides covered in pillowish clouds.
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Well here we go again..


I heeeard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 07-28-2008, 09:47 PM   #31
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So you still havnt mailed my friend the title???
its been 4 weeks??
And he has wrote you numerous PMs and has called you also.
WTF!

When we rolled up, the bike was completely different than the bike in the pic you posted. I should have known better then to let a friend buy from you.



Before we got there, you said "it runs great, you can ride it home if you want to" -False

It ran for about 30 min. then died and wouldnt start again. It hasnt started since then.

look all im sayin is....

DONT BUY FROM GHOSTRIDER
So the bike was bought before seeing in person? Or, the bike was different from the picture and your buddy still bought it?
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Old 07-28-2008, 10:31 PM   #32
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If he was supposed to deliver the title and didn't he has failed to live up to his end of the contract.

If he has not responded to numerous attempts to contact him, it gives the impression that he does not intend to live up to his end of the contract. Keep records of all attempts at communications. Send a registered letter stating that he has a specific time in which to deliver a valid title or you (your friend) is voiding the contract and will return the bike in it's current condition for a full refund. The moment that time elapses send another registered letter stating the number of times that you have attempted to contact him and notify him that you are cancelling the contract immediately for failure to deliver what he agreed to and that he has 48 hours to contact and make arrangements to pick up the bike and return the funds or you will file a claim in small claims court and seek treble damages for fraud (assuming Texas law supports treble damages where fraud is proven).

Then file the claim in small claims court. Should be easy to win. Collecting would be the next challenge. If he's an unlicensed dealer, send the DA and tax man after him too.
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Old 07-28-2008, 10:40 PM   #33
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If he was supposed to deliver the title and didn't he has failed to live up to his end of the contract.

If he has not responded to numerous attempts to contact him, it gives the impression that he does not intend to live up to his end of the contract. Keep records of all attempts at communications. Send a registered letter stating that he has a specific time in which to deliver a valid title or you (your friend) is voiding the contract and will return the bike in it's current condition for a full refund. The moment that time elapses send another registered letter stating the number of times that you have attempted to contact him and notify him that you are cancelling the contract immediately for failure to deliver what he agreed to and that he has 48 hours to contact and make arrangements to pick up the bike and return the funds or you will file a claim in small claims court and seek treble damages for fraud (assuming Texas law supports treble damages where fraud is proven).

Then file the claim in small claims court. Should be easy to win. Collecting would be the next challenge. If he's an unlicensed dealer, send the DA and tax man after him too.
i guess he'll give it if you do that
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Old 07-28-2008, 10:53 PM   #34
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yeah if there is absolutely no way to get ahold of him, do as Ogre suggested. send a "letter of demand" to him at any address you can come up with for his name. After the time has expired it goes from a civil to criminal matter and then the police can be involved or smalls claims court. I had a similar issue with selling a car and the sheriffs office suggested this also.
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Old 07-28-2008, 11:01 PM   #35
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ive delt with him before and no problems at all, why did you buy a bike with no title???
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Old 07-29-2008, 01:40 AM   #36
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not getting a title when buying a bike is the first sign of any trouble

if they have the title at the bank, go with em to the bank and when u pay em the money have em hand u the title or at least sit with the dude when the bank fills out the form to mail em the title back
u can have the bank put your info on it

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also hating on someone for buying/selling isn't right but if a dude's lying to your face to get u to lower the price then shame on him - if the dude is that poor and needs money that badly then leave it be
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why did you buy a bike with no title???
I didn't
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we should have a banned list or bad traders section!
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we should have a banned list or bad traders section!
Not all situations are called for; there are many that would jump off the deep end when they arent satisfied with results. Uninformed or customers asking for one thing and not receiving what they expected but what they asked for would complain. By that example Motorcycles Unlimited would have some hits by reading the threads alone... And we have read them asking "so what's the problem? you got what you asked for, regardless of what YOU thought ur bike needed."
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1st off call the state of records and check the bike out against there records, make sure not stolen, liens, etc.. Then if all is good, call the dude and talk to him and see what his reason is. If he does not pull through on his end, u can file all sorts of paperwork on him and he will loose his license. If he does not send the tittle, it's no big deal just deal with it and apply for a LOST tittle. If this guy your talking about is a dealer, then there is things/ways to go about it. But he has 6-8 weeks (if a dealer) to get you a title in the mail box.
And for anybody else before any purchase, u can always get the Vin numbers and run a title check for free by just calling them, check for ownership, liens, etc.. To get a application for a lost tittle is nothing hard to do, just a simple form that u fill out and u recieve a new title in the mail 6-8wks later. Good luck!!!
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