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Refund bill- kaucja in Poland


Ruben75 1 | 2
10 Jan 2013 #1
That me and my friend, who are norwegians, paid 30 000 gold as a bill for my polish friend. He was sentenced one year ago, but had to wait to get to prison until november 2012. Me and my friend wrote a letter and refund asked for the refund of the bill. As far as I know Shall the bill be refunded when he is sentenced, not when he goes to prison, but when he went to prison we thought we had to send the letter! We received a letter saying we can not That get the redund because the guy is not in prison yet! Although he is. This is crazy, and we had to resend an appeal saying That he is in prison etc. .. They wrote back That they should look at it after a couple of weeks. Now this is some weeks ago, and we have tried to call them, but the only thing they say Is That we have to wait for a letter. Any one here who knows the laws, please can you tell us what we Should do. Norway is a civilized country and we are not used to this, so this does not look promising. I do not trust the system after speaking polish to polish my other friends. First of all we should get the refund already when he was sentenced, and now it seems like they try to avoid refunding the bill. Any advice will be very much appreciated. Thanks! wrote earlier this year that me and my friend, who is Norwegian, paid 30 000 U.S. Dollars for the bill for my Polish friend. He was sentenced to a year ago, but had to wait to get into prison, until November 2012. Me and my friend wrote a letter and asked for a refund on the return of the bill. As far as I know, the bill will be paid when he is not convicted when he goes to jail, but when he went to prison, we thought we had to send a letter! We received a letter saying that we can not get redund because the guy is not in jail yet! Although it is. This is crazy, and we had to send the appeal, saying that he is in prison, and so on. They replied that they should look at it after a few weeks. Now it's a few weeks ago, and try to call them, but the only thing they say that we have to wait for the letter. Someone who knows the law, please can you tell us what we should do. Norway is a civilized country and we are not used to it, so it does not look promising. I do not trust the Polish system after talking with my other Polish friends. First of all, we should get a refund when you have already been convicted, and now it seems they are trying to avoid the return of the bill. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Thank you
Zibi - | 336
10 Jan 2013 #2
Simple. They probably figured out that you are always drunk and as a result you will never be able to read law or exercise your rights.
OP Ruben75 1 | 2
10 Jan 2013 #3
Impressed with that sophisticated reply Zibi.
Zibi - | 336
10 Jan 2013 #4
When you compose yourself and sound more coherent, perhaps you will get a more serious reaction :)
OP Ruben75 1 | 2
10 Jan 2013 #5
Well after copying the text from my text editor it wast pasted twice, but with a minimum of english knowledge and intelligence you cannot avoid understanding my problem. If you want to trash people with simple childish replies on this forum, go ahead, many people here don't speak english that well. To all the others I very much appreciate any advice on how these thing are working in polish system:)


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