Storage Business Threatning Collection without Any Proof of Debt
A storage company where I once stored my personal property also provides storage for RVs. An abandonded RV was offered to me for free. The owner of the storage facility claimed she could file some legal papers for lack of storage payment and would get the title in my name but I would need to pay storage for keeping the unit on her lot. After a couple months of no progress or any evidence of trying to get the title I refuse to continue paying for storage of this RV. The RV was abanonded on the storage lot. I have no ability to file for the title or legally move the RV. Almost a year later the storage owner decided to stop providing storage for RVs and has moved the RV and sent me a bill for $275 for removal and is threatening to turn the bill over to collections. What should I do?
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