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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-10-2005, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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bill of sale?

Like I said in another thread, I suck at keeping paperwork around. State Farm wants my bill of sale for the theft claim. I don't even know what one looks like, and I'm pretty sure I wouldn't be able to find it anyway. Should the dealership still have a copy on file that they can send me???

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Bill of sale? For theft? Your dealer might have it, but I fail to see why state farm would need it. They just need to know the replacement cost.
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If you bought your bike in 2002 the dealership should defiantly be able to produce a receipt of your purchase. Just explain the situation to the dealership.

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A bill of sale is a legal document made by a seller to a purchaser, reporting that on a specific date, at a specific locality, and for a particular sum of money or other "value received", the seller sold to the purchaser a specific item of personal, or parcel of real, property of which he had lawful possession.

and sorry about your bike being stolen...
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Bill of sale? For theft? Your dealer might have it, but I fail to see why state farm would need it. They just need to know the replacement cost.
Ditto! That's what I was thinking.

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they also want the last six months of service records
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dats boolshit. service records my ass, why do they want to prove ownership so facken bad. The bike was registered in your name right? somethin is fishy with them, or they think somethin is fishy with you

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Yup yup. Aslong as the bike is in your name that's all that should matter. Unless your trying to get more for the bike then what it's worth???


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Yup yup. Aslong as the bike is in your name that's all that should matter. Unless your trying to get more for the bike then what it's worth???
All I mentioned that the bike was purchased new in 04, so it's basically only a year old. That was after they asked me when and where I had the last oil change done

I think I'll stop by to talk to my agent tomorrow - seems like the people handling the claim are putting me through much more bs than necessary.

Edit: just realized that they paperwork they sent me also has to be notarized. This is getting rediculous! Has anyone here gone through a theft claim, and had to put up w/ all this???

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All I mentioned that the bike was purchased new in 04, so it's basically only a year old. That was after they asked me when and where I had the last oil change done

I think I'll stop by to talk to my agent tomorrow - seems like the people handling the claim are putting me through much more bs than necessary.

Edit: just realized that they paperwork they sent me also has to be notarized. This is getting rediculous! Has anyone here gone through a theft claim, and had to put up w/ all this???

No, but I would talk to your agent about this.....

I can see with the paperwork being notarized, that understandable, but SERVICE RECORDS, why the hell do they care, unless they are trying to find some mods or something you added to the bike and you didn't tell them. Seems to me like they are trying to do anything they can to cut the check with as little money on it as possible.

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