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Flugsoors : I am getting an iPhone 3gs tomorrow and I don't know if 500mb will be enough for me. I will probably be using it for facebook about 6 times a day, using internet apps for about 3 hours a day, watching 1 or 2 youtube videos a week and searching through google now and again. Do you think I will have enough internet?

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Vordsmody : It is not at all sufficient according to your usage..better migrate to next option
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LumiaFresh : i made an offer on a coop - a contract was sent to an attorney that i worked for in the past but officially didnt hire the lawyer i just needed to put a name of the offer letter - the sellers agent or attorney sent the contract out to the lawyer... however i changed my mind and didnt want to buy the coop because i found the crime rate and how the building was managed through a good source.
so i never signed the contract. so i has been 6 weeks and these guys keep calling me about this coop
now they threaten to take legal action against me and the lawyer

i am afraid that i might get sue by this lawyer

is this possible? any detail or info will help
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jiniaSown : If you make an offer on a Coop and they accepted, you just bought yourself a Coop unless you had some clauses in the offer allowing you to back out for specific reasons. You can't buy something and then decide in many cases "opps, I changed my mind, I really dont' want it."

Now you do need an attorney.
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toribhibblerg : If you signed nothing, you are not obligated to buy. The lawyer will be sending you a bill. You hired them when you had the contract sent to them.
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Faceblate : You made an offer, it was accepted. You are now obligated to fulfill the terms of the offer you made.

Not signing the contract is irrelevant at this stage because you made the offer. Expect to be sued for "Failure to Complete Transaction". You need a good real estate attorney to get out of this one.

The attorney you used to make the offer should not be the one to represent you in this matter. He could potentially become a defendant also and it would be a conflict of interest as he would have to say he was representing your wishes and has no interest in the transaction itself.
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small50v : So which is it? You made an offer or you didn't?

If you made an offer, was it accepted?

Those are the things that matter. Nothing else.
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Maccullam : or are they the real thing. I need to know because this might be the only chance to get my misdemeanor domestic battery expunge or sealed. I've been curious about these sites since several months ago and they given me a glimmer of hope.
I want to here from anyone who had an experience with this site.
I've been skeptical too because i went through all the reviews on the site and on Google and about 9 out of 10 are positive so I'm assuming unless these are all paid to make a bogus review, I'm assuming it's the real thing and besides they say you can get in contact with a highly trained attorney.
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Unrerolor : scam. only the court can expunge criminal records. I don't have any experience with this site but just knowing the legal system, an outside company can't erase records, think about it.
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zakladykliczko : I'm not going to say yes or no to these sites, but just like any site that offers easy results for a cost - are to be scrutinized. Today, there are scams that promise the world, and all they do is take your money. If a site offers to help, it involves hiring an attorney, because that is what it has to take. Suggestions from a website to a judge to seal or expunge your records - won't happen.

Having been in law enforcement, I have had experienced the difficulties with friends, acquaintances and some that have attempted to expunge a criminal record. What it takes: If someone pleads 'Not Guilty' but is convicted, it is a better chance to get a record sealed or expunged. But if pleading guilty, it is not possible. If having accepted a plea deal, this is the equivalent to pleading guilty and it is not possible for a criminal record to be sealed and or expunged. (All this has to do with being charged as an adult) Not meaning to lower your hopes/your glimmer of hope. And of course, things may have changed since I was aware.

EDIT/ADDITION: If the website is legit, you can save money by making appointments with at least Two (2) criminal attorneys that offer Free consultations. They will better know to tell you your options as per your circumstances. The website (Being a middle man) is going to make money, and besides, you need to talk to an attorney Face-to-face, and not through a middle person. Do this in your home town. To be honest, a local criminal attorney should have a small fee (something like a couple of hundred dollars) because all it takes is knowing whether you plead guilty and the current rules that I knew - used to be. Good luck to you.
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