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Re: “'Irreparable harm'

Yes this article is extremely informative. From a normal employee and small business owner, how do you explain the great harm BP has cause after the spill for those of us waiting on some sort of payment which they promised on a regular three month interval. But now have lost businesses, homes, rental properties, all for the lack of finding customers, renters etc. after the spill. Banks do not wait for payment, when you tell them well BP is going to reimburse or settle so I can stay in business, or pay rent or pay my mortgage. BP Claimed I was so qualified, one payment and then nothing. I am one of the few that chose not to take $5000. Losing my retirement on the MS Gulf Coast: Rental properties which I HAD NEVER HAD PROBLEMS RENTING, Office rentals-cutting rent in half and watching bank scoop after loss of leasing moving out, no business to take their place, then three payments late....gone. My retirement....wiped out in months. I remember the date so well Oct. 2010 my first late payment on credit report. Now lost family home after 60 years.......All I can think of is I am one person, how many more of us are out there and they want to renegotiate??????
PSSS! Only money I am eligible for is loss of income in job, loss of rents, NOT actual loss of future business, value of building or value of property which totals close to $2,000,000. But I would be extremely happy if they paid something and it was fair to me, not BP! They have done more harm and cause more debt for their own company by not responding to the needs of many a year ago.

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Posted by Fallo on 03/26/2013 at 12:49 PM

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