I was robbed and lost more than $2300. I had to replace everything, plus pay my deductible. I also had to pay for new locks on the house. I was already paying off school and a mortgage, so now I'm struggling.
In August 2019, I was the victim of a robbery that cost me more than $2300. My car, all its valuables, and the contents of my wallet were taken. None of it was a tax write-off and I ended up having to replace everything, plus get a rental car and pay my deductible because the thief cut the GPS harness. I also had to pay for new keys and locks on the house because the thief had access to those. I was already paying off school and a mortgage on my first house, so now I'm definitely struggling. I truly appreciate any help from anybody at this point.
If you'd like more details, this is somebody who turned out to be a career criminal with several active warrants. That other image is a text conversation with a friend who tried to talk her out of robbing me that night, but she went ahead with it anyhow. I took many precautions in meeting her, but she has robbed many people, including long-time friends, boyfriends, and roommates. I did nothing to wrong her, reported the crime to the police immediately, and spent months trying to help solve the case with social media. But nobody could locate her, and I'm just really trying to piece my life back together after all of that. I work full-time and have never been in any trouble with the law myself. So there was hardly anything to deserve this, and unfortunately there are ruthless people out there. I'll be glad to answer any further questions about what happened. I had to drive the rental for an entire month while they fixed the GPS harness, and the photos the redacted claim from Enterprise to hopefully support what I'm describing:
Also, there are several photos of the claim submitted to the insurance. They're also redacted for protection, but I can provide a copy of the whole document as further proof. Thank you once again.
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