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22 Feb 2010
Law / Car Insurance for a foreigner living in Poland on a temporary permit [6]

Hi all,

I'm a foreigner living in Poland on a temporary permit. I have a small business here so I'm self-employed paying my taxes and zus.

On September last year I bought a used car via Allegro and was told by the car owner that it has insurance till January which I could see in it's documents. I was also told to contact the insurance company for cancellation if I wouldn't want to continue with them latest a month before the insurance runs out. Since I don't mind continuing with them, I didn't contact them until few days to the end of the insurance policy.

I got in touch with them (MTU) and asked to renew the insurance. After few questions like my date of birth and the car model etc, they gave me a quote of around 600zł and they asked me to send my details, the contract I did with the previous owner as well as the car documents which I did straight away. I was surprised when I got back only a bill of 182.93 zł which they said is the difference from September when I bought the car till the day the insurance expires. They didn't give me the insurance which I was expecting so I ignored that and parked the car. Today I received a letter from them that I have to pay that bill within 7 days.

If there's anyone who has idea what I should do, I'll be very grateful.

7 May 2010
Life / Why so many Poles use a second hands clothes? [110]

The strategy of buying used items is employed by some to save money, as they are typically worth less than the equivalent new items even if they are still in new condition.

On the other hand, purchasing used items for reuse prevents them from becoming waste and saves costly production of equivalent new goods there by reducing global warming in great extent.

Despite this, many people prefer to buy most or all of their goods new. They may feel safer buying new mostly because a warranty is provided or because they are concerned they may be buying stolen goods.

Some consumers are uncomfortable or inexperienced in this situation too, they simply prefer their goods brand new and feel secondhand items are inferior or shabby especially in the case of clothing or items used for eating such as plates or cutlery. But this is not always true, in secondhand shop items are sorted before selling and things that are really used are sent to the recycle firm. There is no inferiority in buying used items… Economic they say, is not a disgrace and will never be.

At Gee Butikt we offer high quality used clothing, mostly designer gears at a very affordable prices for European and African market. We also present some irresistible items at a very competitive price at Allegro. If you would like to check us out, to grab yourself and grab yourself a bargain today, follows us to Allegro on the link below.

If you are interested in used clothing for Export (African Market) visit our webpage below.

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