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OK, some advice from a friend of mine who has to talk to cops as part of her job (she's a nurse): always meet them (and in this case, the PI/bounty hunter counts as "them") at the police station. NEVER your home. Why? Because any interviews, they conduct become part of the police report, including the location of the interview. So, you talk in your home? You get your home address as part of the police report, there for anyone to see. If it ever goes to court, the police report gets entered as evidence. Legitimate law enforcement is always willing to talk to you at the station-- after all, they have the home court advantage, there.


Thanks for that, Mortaine... I was mostly insistant on going to the police station because I didn't know who it was, and I can't be certain he is who he says...

Needless to say I'm a little bit freaked out... but I'm in a police station, I've never committed a crime, and I have no outstanding tickets or warrants... so I should be good... right?


The only other angle I can think of is...

The "PI" calls you up, arranges to meet you at the police station, and while you are on your way down there, he's at your place with a big truck full of your electronics and furniture.

Next thing, you're a guy with only a mattress in the middle of the floor.

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