With the recent Ford Class Action (Vargas, et al. v. Ford Motor Company) reaching a Settlement, I hope it's finally time to get rid of my problematic 2011 Ford Fiesta while Ford pays for it (it's currently at the dealership right now with transmission issues for about the 4th or 5th... Read more »
You are a member of the class, and thus entitled to participate in the benefits of the settlement if you meet the class definition. You do not NEED to be a plaintiff in order to participate in most class actions in the United States.
I had a Litigation company call me and tell me that I was going to be taken to court and get my wages garnished if I did not pay this old credit card bill. They said they mailed me letters but I have not received anything. I asked them to verify my debt because it was past the statute of... Read more »
total cash payments in a settlement for filed claims ? Individual awards compared to claimants? claim process results in actual distribution of settlement funds to class members ! The claim process determines individual awards! Is the total cash payment in a settlement is it divided or what each... Read more »
I order a dinner advertised for one price but am charged a higher price each time. I have brought this to the attention of several restaurant managers but they ignore my concerns and willfully continue to charge a higher price than what is advertised.
Based on these limited facts, I have a guess as to what is going on.
The advertisement you saw was probably a national ad for the fast food chain, or even a regional ad. At the bottom of the print ad, or at the end of the commercial, words along the lines of "at participating locations...Read more »
I, the defendant, never received any notice from the plaintiff regarding a motion to dismiss my answer that they filed. They have also more recently filed several motions for discovery, none of which I have had any notice of. I only found out by looking up the case in the online records.
Generally yes. You don't say if your case is in Federal court or State court. You also don't say if you are represented by an attorney, but since you are seeking answers online, I presume that you are not represented by one.
If you look at the motions that were filed (that you...Read more »
to chack Nova Port Bank 1430 Truxtun Avenue 5th Floor they pushing me to pay more than 8800 $ for some AAC code to unblock my loan from Donald Shaw Loan Firm and is impossible to deducted it from my loan but I am afraid that it is a scam
Kansas has a gift card / gift certificate expiration law (KS Stat § 50-6,108) that states:
Gift certificates or gift cards; regulation of; exceptions; definitions. (a) On and after January 1, 2007, no person, firm, partnership, association or corporation shall sell a gift certificate or...Read more »
There is no requirement that a "99 cents" or "dollar" store charge 99 cents (or a dollar) for items, unless they actually advertise that 99 cents / 1dollar is the price. Most such stores don't do so and often have merchandise that is priced higher than the store name would...Read more »
My electric bill has been unusually high, so I called them. They informed me I had a 3rd party supplier on my bill I was unaware of. I called said 3rd party and they informed me that I had added them to my account last summer. Going through the details it came across that my sister had given them... Read more »
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