I was misinformed about my job duties, requirements, and compensation by my direct supervisor. When I attempted to gain clarity I was informed that I was being released due to the fact that I was on parole. This information was delivered verbally from company supervisor in corporation's... Read more »
You are entitled to a fair and complete explanation. You may contact the state labour board and request a hearing. A local labour law attorney who handles employees' claims may be helpful to you. You should request a full explanation from your former employer IN WRITING. Ask for a complete...Read more »
The short order is yes. The Good News here is that you no longer owe Wells Fargo the $500 you used to owe them. The bad news is that you now owe your mechanic the same $500 you once owed Wells Fargo. In other words, you are now even.
(NOTE: FYI, all American banks who have customers or...Read more »
I enrolled in a debt relief program and advised me to stop paying the credit card that I transferred to this program. I have not missed a payment since I enrolled and I am in good standing. Now, one of the cards is suing me for not paying and the debt relief program said that they can not give... Read more »
It would depend on whether your wife has signed as a security interest on the loan as well and what exactly the loan is for. The lender may also have to first obtain a judgment. Another thing to consider is whether a credit union is involved. It's best to consult privately with a...Read more »
They brought me their own form from the bank and had me and him sign it then she told me if he is approved by her supervisor they will email me allowing him access to my account . I asked her if approved by your supervisor ? It’s my bank and it’s been 3 days and with no response from them . Is... Read more »
Sprint has this clause in their fine print: "You agree that when you provide credit or debit card information at any time during the lease term (including any month-to-month period), you authorize us to charge the card for any and all amounts owed as provided above under “Remedies”... Read more »
Assuming Sprint is collecting a valid debt, the answer is yes. Why? because The debt is your debt, not a debt owed by your old closed bank account. Caveat: If any creditor including Sprint finds any money of yours in any account at the same bank--possibly even including joint accounts--they can...Read more »
A criminal title company and mortgage lender allowed an unfaithful agent to have pages changed in the SDPOA *after* it was signed by the principal, turning a permission for limited and time constrained refinance into an open ended home equity loan permission (which is also in violation with federal... Read more »
Like many elder and estate planning lawyers, I not only customize the document and paginate in as page x of y but require initials, birthdate and date signed on every page. We cannot protect people who simply download and sign the statutory form. Consult an elder lawyer about a suit for fraud and...Read more »
Check to the seller. My co-signer was supposed to go in later and sign. My co-signer backed out and didn’t sign but a certified check was already given to the seller. The bank now is threatening legal charges. What are my rights.
Neither you--nor your cold-footed co-signer--have very few legal "rights" here. Unless you return the vehicle to the dealer--and also inform the bank where the vehicle has been taken--the chances are good that you will be seeing some legal papers that you may need some lawyer to explain...Read more »
The bank is saying the family has to keep paying the mortgage until the house is sold. She had cancer and there is no life insurance or money left in her account. They are also saying we are responsible for selling the house
Generally, yes, you can turn the house back over to the bank. The bank would typically have you sign a deed in lieu of foreclosure form. However, that is often not the best option. There are investors who specialize in buying properties "subject to" an existing mortgage and they will...Read more »
We found an error on our escrow account analysis in January. When asked Flagstar about it, we got the run around, saying it was our fault. Back before October we got a letter stating it was time to renew home owners insurance. So we called, and we had to get the insurance company to fax Flagstar... Read more »
I was talking to a guy. He paid my credit card off. Then asked me to get him 350 dollars worth of gift cards to pay him back. I thought it was a scam and called then bank to have my account frozen and asked to have the payment sent back. But they guy is claiming that he can have me arrested
I am not licensed to practice law in Texas but I do know banking law very well. People who have their bank stop payment on something without any cause are considered in the same category as people who write bad checks.
If "the guy" who paid off your credit card did so using a...Read more »
It depends on whether you are guilty or innocent. Whether you want to take a plea or go to trial. And whether you have a good attorney. It also depends on what kind of criminal history you have, if any. If you can't afford an attorney then you can request a court appointed. But, if I were...Read more »
My friend's PayPal debit card was stolen and her account hacked. She's is being blamed for charging this lady's card by social security. The lady that has her card used gets disability. My friend didn't do it but has no way to prove she didn't do it. They said they are... Read more »
Fortunately, she doesn't have to PROVE it wasn't her. The prosecutor has the burden to prove it WAS her. Your friend needs reasonable doubt that it could have been someone else... that she too was a victim of identity theft. Unfortunately, she is starting from a difficult position if...Read more »
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