Hello. Two weeks ago I bought three custom hand fans online for an event, at a cost of over $100. When the fans arrived, all three fell apart quickly before the event, in each case the bolt holding the fans together fell off. I have sent the company photos and asked them for a refund, but they... Read more »
You can insist on anything you want, but that is only as good as your ability to enforce your demand. As President Lyndon Johnson used to say, "Don't ever tell a man to go to hell unless you can send him there."
You won't be taking someone to court over a $100 dispute,...Read more »
Debt belongs to ex husband. Debt was granted and incurred post divorce by 2 years. Divorced 2015, his alleged debt was applied for in 2017 and (per the ex) . Both myself and my ex have tried prior to this to remove his name from the account but WF gave us a terrible time and couldn’t figure it... Read more »
Traffic came to complete stop I had my truck in neutral and left about one car space in front off me so wen traffic started to roll I put it in second gear to take off as I let go off the clutch about 2-3 miles per houre I felt like I pushed something so I stoped from going forward I don’t know... Read more »
I paid 2,100 for my son's washington dc trip which was before corona started, but they only gave me a refund of 1,800 which was 300 less than what i even paid and said its for the processing fee??? Can i sue them?
I ordered from a brand called Kiarasky & they sent me someone else’s order But the package was addressed to me with my name & address, but it contains someone else’s order. Even if the company sends me a return label , but according to the FTC I can keep them because it’s “unsolicited goods” right ?
The issue is not whether you can (and I would not expect any lawyer to do this research for you) but whether you should AFTER trying to find the proper/intended person. Listen to your own moral compass, regardless of what the answer turns out to be.
My house burnt down my husband got an attorney they even worked with me into getting a settlement. My husband signed a paper saying that I was to get part of the settlement that his attorneys made him sign. And he already got paid his settlement I have tried to get ahold of the attorneys they will... Read more »
I would send the law firm a letter by certified mail (so you can prove they received it) saying both your lawyer and you have called the firm on multiple occasions, yet never received a response. Then say something like: this is your final notice that I want the settlement money owed to me and, if...Read more »
I bought a used car from a dealership 6 months ago. I received the temporary registration application from dealer and registration application says I need to get the car smogged. I go to a local smog check and the car fails due to the Cadillac converter being tampered with(serial #’s were... Read more »
no, a dealer cannot sell you a vehicle without having title or having it smogged. You need to speak with an auto fraud attorney that will review all your paperwork and facts in detail and go over your options.
I was not burned but suffered smoke inhalation. I had the truck for one hour. An auction employee drove the truck to the front of the lot for me to take delivery. I was told it was driveable. The Fire Dept had to come put out the fire.
Sorry to hear that. Virtually every auction I've ever seen has a disclaimer both on the bidding number issuance paper and on the bill of sale that says that you buy it, you take any and all risks, that the auctioneer doesn't test or examine the vehicles and makes absolutely no guarantee...Read more »
I know California (AG) takes extended warranties seriously as the FTC does and that the sellers of Consumer Electronic Warranties in California are required to refund consumers per 2005 California Civil Code Sections 1792-1795.7 Article 3. Sale Warranties.
Honestly, if I were you and I was talking about the law, almost any law, I would not say "I know." Even lawyers rarely say it as the law is rarely written in stone, to say the least. CC 1792 discusses "implied warranties" and not 'extended warranties.' In fact,...Read more »
Vehicle purchased in Bellflower, DMV investigations I opened in January...DMV just talks about taking my vehicle away to impound and leave me in the streets walking and say courts are two years to get a refund but that was pre lockdown times. Most dealers left the state. I have insurance just... Read more »
Dealer is blaming the DMV for no tags...it's getting an obvious lie. Dealer puts me off his tag title company and him leave me stranded with expired tags and have excuses "it's Covid" and "it's a gov van".
Long story short, I purchased a product that was not as advertised and does not hold up to the claims that the company makes on their website and they refuse to give me a refund. They have been investigated by the BBB because of how many claims other customers made against this company for doing... Read more »
I bought a motor for my car from Texas I m in California they texted me that it was out of a car the exact same year and model I asked for that it would be the exact fit when I got it it was from a jeep not a car and the oil pan the timeing chain cover would have to be changed because one has the... Read more »
I don't know of any specific law saying that is the case. However, the more likely scenario is that there is a term in the contract you signed when you rented the space. Read your contract or, if you need assistance doing so, hire an attorney in your area to read and interpret the contract for...Read more »
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