To Mr. Dawud Togan,
My name is Esma Keyah. Despite your recent denials, I am very sure you remember me.
Three months ago I brought in a sterling silver tray wich was used as collateral for a small loan from you pawned as you say. The amount you gave for the tray was...not satisfactory, despite my pleas that it was worth far more than that. Still, I accepted your money because I needed it.
I was told that I could have the tray back as long as I paid you double the amount you had loaned me within three months. This was always my intention as the tray has been in my family for nearly one hundred years and was engraved with my family's letters. It was very precious to me.
Last week I came in to recover my tray, but it was gone and you denied any knowledge of it. Obviously, you have melded it down for its silver, which would be worth far more than the money you wanted me to pay for it. I don't know what recourse I have. My receipt show only the money you gave me, without any mention of the tray. I don't understand how you could do this to me.
I cannot afford a lawyer, so I must let this go. But you have not won. God will deal with you.