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    What the!!! If she sold them online etc I doubt she would be asking a complete stranger for them back. I would be asking for my money back before handing them back.

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    I would ask for her to reimburse you the $220 you paid her for them.

    Otherwise if she wont, I would just say that you don't think it's very fair of her to demand them to be returned, and you will have to keep them.

    As you said you don't see her very often I wouldn't worry too much and just be honest

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    If she had given you the food i would say she is able to demabd them BUT you paid for them, in full so no the clothes are now yours not hers. I would sell them back at $300
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    That's bizarre!
    It's not like there was a borrow deal thingy. You PAID for them so therefore their YOURS!
    Once there sold there sold.
    She should either buy them back or suck it up.
    Who sells their baby clothes if they haven't finished having babies anyway??

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    How unbelievably rude. And strange! I would only give them back with a refund of the money paid.

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    The deal is done, and she just needs to accept that.

    However if you need to keep peace due to a continuing association with her than she could buy them back at the same price plus your other costs associated wth storage and cleaning.

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    So she has acknowledged you paid for them and still is asking for them back?! She has got to be on drugs or something!!!!

    Money has exchanged hands, they are yours now, you didn't borrow them!! If she had sold them to a stranger she couldn't reclaim them!

    I would say if she wants them back she pays - cos honestly why would you want them back after that, they would be 4th hand by that stage!!

    I've never understood people selling clothes to family anyways - I just give stuff to my sisters and friends for that matter!! If I want to make money from good stuff I use eBay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    I would lie and say I don't have them anymore. Can't argue over what you don't have


    - yep -- tell her you sold them on eBay!

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    Yep, that's probably a better idea. Tell her you sold them that way there is no arguments.

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    Whoaaa, dellusionalll!!!

    If u dont want them, then tell her she can have them if she pays you your money back.

    If u want them, keep them and say u dont have them anymore, when she SOLD u the clothes, they are now yours to do what u want with them, get rid of, keep etc.


 

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