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Hi people need some help here.

Some of you know i had my car taken the other day from a company acting on behalf of log book loans the company in question is (4 point financial services).

Now they shown myself and the police a copy of bill of sale which at the time i believed to be legit as the policeman told me it look legit with a high court of justice stamp and after some research of some police officer on the other end of the line they told me with a bill of sale proof say the car belongs to them and have the right to take it with out warning. BUT A CIVIL MATTER THEY DONT ADVISE OR TRY TO GET INVOLVED)


Here is my query i believe now the bill of sale i was shown is infact invalid or not the full bill of sale can someone explain to me or show me a legit and legally binding copy of bill of sale.





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