Pieces 04/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 7, 2010 Under: Orders-10
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Mr: Dube: Yup! That's what I said. When I refused to pay them the money Safecareers auto triggered the safe and unlocked it, by doing so any thief can come in here and help themselves to the contents of the safe. This very much defeats the purpose of having one.
Safecareers: We are a safety storage company. As long as you pay your bills you're good with us, I mean we gotta eat too. Mr. Dube was negligent with his monthly installments and according to our contract we were permitted to show him a crack or two.
Mr. Dube: And, I kicked them in theirs by bringing them to Pieces.
Pieces: This one was quite a load. I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Safecareers installs safes and valuable protection devices. Since Mr. Dube has been robbed several times in the past he felt it time to update his alarm and safety storage system. Mr. Dube then went to Safecareers for assistance. Safecareers installed a state of the art safe with remote access and monitoring. Safecareers says  they "didn't do anything wrong or against policy". Safecareers continued by saying that "once they buyer or business stops or become delinquent in payment the safe is automatically set up to uninstall the stores programmed information and to unlock itself". Safecareers states that they did not physically remove anything from the safe. They also say that they attempted to contact Mr. Dube about his missed payments and were unsuccessful in getting in contact of him. Safecareers eventually decided to show up to collect the safe from Mr. Dube and that was when Mr. Dube accused Safecareers of stealing from him, although he had no evidence of theft.

Pieces: The question is Mr. Dube, how do you make a living by stealing from yourself? You emptied the safe after you knew it would unlock when you missed your payment. So nothing was stolen. Safecareers you have done business with Mr. Dube before and cried victim when one of your safes mysteriously was broken into and several thousand dollars worth of items were claimed to have been stolen, as you only sell and install the storage safety devices you do not function in the storage of valuable goods yourselves. So here we are again this time with Mr. Dube claiming to be robbed.  Mr. Dube provided no evidence of particular items being stolen or proof that they actually existed, only that he had valuables in the safe said to be worth a lot of money. In the investgation everything was said to be accounted for so nothing was actually stolen.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, That Mr. Dube be denied in his attempt to collect insurance on a frivilous claim and that he must also pay a $5,000.00 sanction to the court for such frivilous actions. Safecareers is permitted the return of the safe and will be held in contempt if found to collect pricey termination fees for a service no longer being used.

Dated: February 7, 2010                             A. Sadiq                   
                                                                On Behalf of Pieces


In : Orders-10 



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Pieces 04/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 7, 2010 Under: Orders-10
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Mr: Dube: Yup! That's what I said. When I refused to pay them the money Safecareers auto triggered the safe and unlocked it, by doing so any thief can come in here and help themselves to the contents of the safe. This very much defeats the purpose of having one.
Safecareers: We are a safety storage company. As long as you pay your bills you're good with us, I mean we gotta eat too. Mr. Dube was negligent with his monthly installments and according to our contract we were permitted to show him a crack or two.
Mr. Dube: And, I kicked them in theirs by bringing them to Pieces.
Pieces: This one was quite a load. I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Safecareers installs safes and valuable protection devices. Since Mr. Dube has been robbed several times in the past he felt it time to update his alarm and safety storage system. Mr. Dube then went to Safecareers for assistance. Safecareers installed a state of the art safe with remote access and monitoring. Safecareers says  they "didn't do anything wrong or against policy". Safecareers continued by saying that "once they buyer or business stops or become delinquent in payment the safe is automatically set up to uninstall the stores programmed information and to unlock itself". Safecareers states that they did not physically remove anything from the safe. They also say that they attempted to contact Mr. Dube about his missed payments and were unsuccessful in getting in contact of him. Safecareers eventually decided to show up to collect the safe from Mr. Dube and that was when Mr. Dube accused Safecareers of stealing from him, although he had no evidence of theft.

Pieces: The question is Mr. Dube, how do you make a living by stealing from yourself? You emptied the safe after you knew it would unlock when you missed your payment. So nothing was stolen. Safecareers you have done business with Mr. Dube before and cried victim when one of your safes mysteriously was broken into and several thousand dollars worth of items were claimed to have been stolen, as you only sell and install the storage safety devices you do not function in the storage of valuable goods yourselves. So here we are again this time with Mr. Dube claiming to be robbed.  Mr. Dube provided no evidence of particular items being stolen or proof that they actually existed, only that he had valuables in the safe said to be worth a lot of money. In the investgation everything was said to be accounted for so nothing was actually stolen.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, That Mr. Dube be denied in his attempt to collect insurance on a frivilous claim and that he must also pay a $5,000.00 sanction to the court for such frivilous actions. Safecareers is permitted the return of the safe and will be held in contempt if found to collect pricey termination fees for a service no longer being used.

Dated: February 7, 2010                             A. Sadiq                   
                                                                On Behalf of Pieces


In : Orders-10 



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Pieces 04/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 7, 2010 Under: Orders-10
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Mr: Dube: Yup! That's what I said. When I refused to pay them the money Safecareers auto triggered the safe and unlocked it, by doing so any thief can come in here and help themselves to the contents of the safe. This very much defeats the purpose of having one.
Safecareers: We are a safety storage company. As long as you pay your bills you're good with us, I mean we gotta eat too. Mr. Dube was negligent with his monthly installments and according to our contract we were permitted to show him a crack or two.
Mr. Dube: And, I kicked them in theirs by bringing them to Pieces.
Pieces: This one was quite a load. I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Safecareers installs safes and valuable protection devices. Since Mr. Dube has been robbed several times in the past he felt it time to update his alarm and safety storage system. Mr. Dube then went to Safecareers for assistance. Safecareers installed a state of the art safe with remote access and monitoring. Safecareers says  they "didn't do anything wrong or against policy". Safecareers continued by saying that "once they buyer or business stops or become delinquent in payment the safe is automatically set up to uninstall the stores programmed information and to unlock itself". Safecareers states that they did not physically remove anything from the safe. They also say that they attempted to contact Mr. Dube about his missed payments and were unsuccessful in getting in contact of him. Safecareers eventually decided to show up to collect the safe from Mr. Dube and that was when Mr. Dube accused Safecareers of stealing from him, although he had no evidence of theft.

Pieces: The question is Mr. Dube, how do you make a living by stealing from yourself? You emptied the safe after you knew it would unlock when you missed your payment. So nothing was stolen. Safecareers you have done business with Mr. Dube before and cried victim when one of your safes mysteriously was broken into and several thousand dollars worth of items were claimed to have been stolen, as you only sell and install the storage safety devices you do not function in the storage of valuable goods yourselves. So here we are again this time with Mr. Dube claiming to be robbed.  Mr. Dube provided no evidence of particular items being stolen or proof that they actually existed, only that he had valuables in the safe said to be worth a lot of money. In the investgation everything was said to be accounted for so nothing was actually stolen.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, That Mr. Dube be denied in his attempt to collect insurance on a frivilous claim and that he must also pay a $5,000.00 sanction to the court for such frivilous actions. Safecareers is permitted the return of the safe and will be held in contempt if found to collect pricey termination fees for a service no longer being used.

Dated: February 7, 2010                             A. Sadiq                   
                                                                On Behalf of Pieces


In : Orders-10 



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Pieces 04/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 7, 2010 Under: Orders-10
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Mr: Dube: Yup! That's what I said. When I refused to pay them the money Safecareers auto triggered the safe and unlocked it, by doing so any thief can come in here and help themselves to the contents of the safe. This very much defeats the purpose of having one.
Safecareers: We are a safety storage company. As long as you pay your bills you're good with us, I mean we gotta eat too. Mr. Dube was negligent with his monthly installments and according to our contract we were permitted to show him a crack or two.
Mr. Dube: And, I kicked them in theirs by bringing them to Pieces.
Pieces: This one was quite a load. I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Safecareers installs safes and valuable protection devices. Since Mr. Dube has been robbed several times in the past he felt it time to update his alarm and safety storage system. Mr. Dube then went to Safecareers for assistance. Safecareers installed a state of the art safe with remote access and monitoring. Safecareers says  they "didn't do anything wrong or against policy". Safecareers continued by saying that "once they buyer or business stops or become delinquent in payment the safe is automatically set up to uninstall the stores programmed information and to unlock itself". Safecareers states that they did not physically remove anything from the safe. They also say that they attempted to contact Mr. Dube about his missed payments and were unsuccessful in getting in contact of him. Safecareers eventually decided to show up to collect the safe from Mr. Dube and that was when Mr. Dube accused Safecareers of stealing from him, although he had no evidence of theft.

Pieces: The question is Mr. Dube, how do you make a living by stealing from yourself? You emptied the safe after you knew it would unlock when you missed your payment. So nothing was stolen. Safecareers you have done business with Mr. Dube before and cried victim when one of your safes mysteriously was broken into and several thousand dollars worth of items were claimed to have been stolen, as you only sell and install the storage safety devices you do not function in the storage of valuable goods yourselves. So here we are again this time with Mr. Dube claiming to be robbed.  Mr. Dube provided no evidence of particular items being stolen or proof that they actually existed, only that he had valuables in the safe said to be worth a lot of money. In the investgation everything was said to be accounted for so nothing was actually stolen.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, That Mr. Dube be denied in his attempt to collect insurance on a frivilous claim and that he must also pay a $5,000.00 sanction to the court for such frivilous actions. Safecareers is permitted the return of the safe and will be held in contempt if found to collect pricey termination fees for a service no longer being used.

Dated: February 7, 2010                             A. Sadiq                   
                                                                On Behalf of Pieces


In : Orders-10 



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