Purchased car online. Started with Dealer 1, car was at Dealer 2, Dealer 3 also in it & Dealer 3 is parent company of 1&2. Dealer 1&3 live in 1 state, Dealer 2 in 1 state and myself in 1 state. Dealer's 1&3 have branches in many states including mine. Dealer 2 is on Retail... Read more »
You really need to find a lawyer; this is far more complex than you think it is. And if you try doing this on your own, without a full knowledge of the court rules and applicable case law, you are going to find yourself the recipient of a summary disposition, meaning your case will be over before...Read more »
Not necessarily illegal, and in fact that is or was a commonly-pushed strategy of credit repair shops. When you dispute an item, the credit bureau contacts the creditor for verification. If no verification is received timely, then the credit bureau is supposed to take it off your report. So the...Read more »
Elderly parents just singed to buy a home. Upon their first night stay, they experienced an overwhelming sewage smell throughout the house. The next day discovered why...the real estate agent did not disclose the issue ...and in fact covered it up with pine sol cleaner and open windows during the... Read more »
No you cannot simply 'rescind' a completed transaction. You MAY be able to sue for damages especially if the agent of sellers took some affirmative actions to hide defects and failed to make appropriate disclosures in the paperwork, but...Read more »
and today find out the back did a reversal. The bank said they received some paperwork from the company which they are sending me. So my bank won’t do anything, I constantly call this company either no and or busy signal. Again I received nothing no website nothing . All I want is what I paid for... Read more »
Can you? Yes. Should you? No. You need to understand that major corporations like Ford have entire departments full of attorneys working for them, any of whom would have a field day with a pro se litigant. The first thing they will do is remove the case to the general civil docket because 1)...Read more »
You may have some cause regarding added fees, depending on what they are for. But the remedy for that is to adjust the contract amount. It won't save your car if that is the concern. The reason behind executing a contract is generally not a defense or reason to get out of it; in short, it...Read more »
The thieves broke off both my locks and put their own locks on so I couldn't get into my storage. The storage company siding with the insurance company which I pay insurance on my storage monthly. My claim was denied.
I took my car to my Ins. Co.’s recommended Collisions Shop.While in for a complete tear down quote, the Shop caused additional damage to my car. They submitted a final quote to my Ins. Co. - which includes the cost to repair their... Read more »
Probably not. Look, insurance is a business. It is probably not worth their while to fully investigate what might have happened, especially when clearly, the insurance company is paying a claim anyway, just to save a few bucks.
It is pre-arranged; insurance companies are most collision...Read more »
I think you're right that you can sue them. I would try consulting a consumer rights attorney before trying it on my own. And I would plan to go ahead and sue in the general civil division (district court), not small claims. In small claims, neither party can have an attorney, and a business...Read more »
We live out of state and spend summer in Michigan. Called lawn service to cut grass in Mich. Agreed on price . No written contract. Find that they cut grass high so it needs it every week. Only able to afford service every other week. They disagree.
Regardless of the type of agreement you have, the most important information you could have is... you probably have a contract, and binding. But, what the terms of the agreement are, you'll probably need to hire an attorney and litigate it to ever know for certain.
A recall (ECU software update) that came with an emissions warranty came out in 2019. I tried to have the recall done in 2019, dealership said they couldn't do it due to modifications made to the vehicle. In 2021 I went back to have the recall completed with same "modifications"... Read more »
It turns out her ex’s power bill is still in her name (they used to live together), and his late payments have been affecting her credit score. He lives in Indiana, while she is in Michigan. Today she called the company to get her name off of the bill, but now they’re demanding she pay for the... Read more »
I was served in regards to an old debt. The debt is mine, but I'm unsure if the amount is correct as I paid part of it in the past. Most of what I've read says to deny the complaints just to make them prove its actually mine and that the amount is correct. Is this a good idea? Solosuit... Read more »
She has scammed others and I have the proof online from reviews. I just want my money back and she’s refusing to give it to me like she promised. She asked me to stop emailing her and got mad when I said I’d have to involve the authorities.
Save all communications or documentation, especially where she said she would provide a refund. Also, save all receipts, contracts, and terms & conditions. If this is on her website, try saving the site as a .pdf with the URL and timestamp in the header or footer. Then, if you paid with a...Read more »
First, you should consult a lawyer to ascertain what rights exactly you have now. Adverse possession is complex. But otherwise, if there is a mortgage, that's a lien on the property regardless of who is the rightful owner. If you are the now rightful owner, you just bought yourself a debt you...Read more »
Off hand, I believe it's 6 years from the date of last payment or activity. That is not to be confused for when a default judgment has been obtained, which would be good for 10 years and subject to renewal.
Son got in trouble on July 20 2018 they did not have enough cash for bond so they gave title of a 2001 dodge ram 1500 to bonds men they bailed him out. Nov. 2018 son was sentenced for 3 years in prison, son got paroled to my house on Nov. 2021, end of Feb. Son decided to sell truck couldn't... Read more »
On 03/02 I got an email from work with a "writ of garnishment" dated 02/08/22.I was not properly served from the creditor. The writ states "plaintiff received judgement against defendant for $6,875 on Feb 01 2018. The plaintiff is Credit acceptance corp. However, I was never served... Read more »
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