Hi I would like everyone to keep a lookout for my RV. My guess is it is in the Western United States. It has been missing for 9 or so months. Unfortunately it is now going to cost me $44,000 to replace it. No insurance on it. I did owe money on it and they are coming after me!
This has been stolen by a woman. I cannot tell you how awful this has been.
It's a 2000 32ft Rexall Anthem Diesel Pusher.
Thanks, this is a short, short story of it. I know it sounds confusing, but Kern Schools has looked for it and their skip trace people looked for it and now I'm reaching out for help.
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You need to give me her name, where she use to live, where you think she is, what she looks like, SS# if you can get it, Tag # with state, color or picture. If you can narrow things down we can have the law BOLO in that region, It's not that hard to find. If everything is on the up & up, we'll find it.
Sounds more like a domestic issue than an actual stolen vehicle. By Kern Schools, I assume they mean the Kern Schools Credit Union. Their skip trace people, I assume cowgirl means their collection department. It sure sounds like Cowgirl either co-signed for the rig or gave it someone with her permission and now the payments are not being paid by that person. Neither of those situations would constitute a "stolen" vehicle. Even if the police or cowgirl found the rig, the person who had the rig could extend their middle finger and nothing could be done other than repossess the rig (again assuming the the loan is actually in default and the credit union has dotted all the I's and crossed all the T's). In reality, if cowgirl found the rig and just took it, there are many possibilities where she would be the one being chased by the police for stealing a rig.