Stolen 40ft 5th Wheel Travel Trailer

June 2, 2016
VIN - 5CZ300R3751117458

TJ & Patti Leyendecker signed a loan agreement with Dan
& Nina Ahlberg to purchase their 5th wheel for the sum of $15,000.00
on May 21, 2011.  The loan agreement
was for them to pay the sum of $15,000.00 on or before June 1, 2016.  They were allowed to take the trailer, but
my parents retained the title, until such time as the money was
received.  The Leyendeckers never paid
a dime to my parents, who were in their mid 80’s.  I went to their consignment shop in
Huntsville on June 8, 2013 and asked why they hadn’t paid my dad.  My Mother had died.  I received a sad sob story, but they never
paid my parents, and lived in the trailer. 
Now they have evidently moved to another state.  Bottom line is they lived in it for 5
years, and paid my parents nothing!  I
consider that stealing.  People need to
know that these people can’t be trusted! 
I am trying to figure out what legal action I can take against
them.  TJ had a mobile repair business
and he fixed items on their trailer numerous times.  I wonder how many more people they ripped
off.

The Private Investigator's Take...

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