Before I moved into my apartment in a six unit building with a one year lease I showed the landlord that the toilet was not flushing properly. He said it was fine and I disagreed. I told him that I would buy the $30 part and install it if he would repay me and he said he would. So, of course, I sent him the receipt from the store with a note asking him to pay and he has not responded. Never mind that I saved the guy a $100 bill from the plumber by doing the job for him but now he's going to rip me off for $30. I know it's not a lot of money but I want it and think his behavior is unfair and deceptive as you have talked about on this site. What do you think? Time for a demand letter? I have no intention of staying in the apartment after the lease is up anyway, so I might as well go for it.
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