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18 complaints - New Jersey, Massachusetts - Jersey City, Hackensack, Cambridge, Union City, Newark, Leonia, Morristown, Bayonne, Oradell, Englewood, Rochelle Park, Succasunna, Cliffside Park, Ramsey, Rutherford, Wayne, Dumont, Kearny, Caldwell, Ridgewood, Hasbrouck Heights, Westwood, Wyckoff, Fair Lawn, Teaneck, Closter, Park Ridge, Maywood, Mahwah, Oakland, Teterboro, Secaucus, Newton, Elizabeth, Weehawken, New Brunswick, Passaic, Vernon, Orange

  • Irais - 3-1-2014 4:18:04PM

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  • Mikel - 2-8-2014 11:14:28AM

    Health Friday: How to stay encouraged by winnnig a set of two Beats by Dre earbuds! Sometimes, when I slog throughout the health club in the ungodly hours in the morning, I'll see those those with their Blue Steel confronts, bopping around the fitness center floor and hitting the tools with unbridled gusto. It's as if there is not any place on earth that they had rather be. [url=]quqgqmp[/url] [link=]isvazcjhyh[/link]

  • Ishara - 2-7-2014 5:47:02AM

    Shoot, who would have thhgout that it was that easy?

  • Robin - 2-4-2014 11:34:51PM

    My partner and I would like to use our trust fund to phsaucre a property which requires renovation, carry out the renovation and then sell it on again and make a profit. However, the house in question is more than the sum of our trust fund so we would need to use money from other sources as well as the trust to be able to phsaucre it and carry out the works. Am I right in thinking that, once the property is sold, we can only put back in to the trust what we took out of it plus a percentage of the profit made? So, for example, if we use a350,000 from the trust and a350,000 from other sources, and then sell the property for a3150,000 we could put a375,000 back in the trust (the original a350,000 plus half of the profit)? If I'm correct, would it then be necessary to keep track of exactly what money paid for what? I.e did the trust fund pay for the plastering/painting/new kitchen etc etc.Thanks! [url=]qfhkoczjie[/url] [link=]zvxshk[/link]

  • Ronald - 1-28-2014 1:23:55AM

    Hi Sharlene, Sorry for the delay in responding, Lyn is unntetufaorly unavailable so I’m responding on her behalf. If you would like the property to be transferred to you, we would recommend having an Order made by the Court. That way, there will be no stamp duty payable on the transfer to you. In relation to whether you might be entitled to retain the property, the Court will use a four step process to determine whether you are entitled to it. There is an article on our website that might be helpful for you to take a look at. I would recommend that you make an appointment with one of our solicitors to work through this process with you to determine whether you might be able to retain the property.- Katherine Ross, Associate

  • Lyndee - 1-27-2014 9:27:38AM

    Deadly accurate answer. You've hit the buesllye!

  • 4-27-2008 9:41:30PM

    I just started my new company. I get calls from this heavy breathing number pretty much every single morning

  • Roland Rodriguez - 4-19-2008 9:18:30PM

    Whoever this is apparently knows a fair bit about me, given what he said on the phone. Sounds like a scam.

  • Jamie Butler - 4-10-2008 4:47:30PM

    Even got my cell phone number!

  • Wayne - 4-5-2008 3:32:30AM

    I ignore telemarketing calls from people who basically say they arent even in my area.

  • Billy Bryant - 4-4-2008 3:04:30PM

    I dont want to give money to your pathetic charity! All I want is a reasonably peaceful sunday evening. Thanks!

  • Tyrone Bell - 3-19-2008 9:37:30PM

    Repeatedly calls me six or even 10 times every day. I just let my fax machine answer the phone when these loudmouths call

  • 3-5-2008 2:47:30AM

    They call me 2 times a week and ask me if I would be interested in some sort of weird credit card offer. I say no, then the next week its the exact same thing. Again and again.

  • 2-27-2008 12:12:30AM

    I said I dont know the person she wants. She yells at me that I should because I sound like her. Whatever.

  • Rachel Fisher - 1-28-2008 3:31:30AM

    I get around 3 calls a day from this number. There is a caller id for number, but no name.

  • Jose Parker - 1-16-2008 4:48:30PM

    ROBOCALL from some sort of political candidate. I hate these callers

  • Lonnie Bennett - 1-4-2008 1:09:30AM

    I ignore soliciting calls from male callers who basically say they arent even in my area.

  • 12-18-2007 11:58:30PM

    Blah blah blah. Same old heavy breathing nonsense trying to sell me some garbage.

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