I purchased shoes online and received some that had clearly been used and returned. I am being asked to send them back before anything can be done and that is upsetting me. Do I have to send it back for them to refund my money or help me at all?
Offenders found guilty of Class “B” misdemeanors face maximum penalties of up to three months imprisonment or one year probation. In addition, a fine of up to five hundred dollars or double the amount of the defendant’s gain from the commission of the crime may be imposed.
The answer is probably, but this is NOT a do-it-yourself endeavor.
You should seek a (preferably) Georgia licensed attorney with a specialization in alcohol sales & registration issues. If they have a background in interstate subscription shipping or direct-to-consumer business, then even...Read more »
I went to a merchant (farm store) in Florida and ordered $3 worth of items. Without him saying anything, he charged me $5.30 and gave me the receipt. When I read it he said “it’s $5.30 cause he said there is a minimal purchase requirement with my card (debit card). He then told me to pick... Read more »
It's probbaly not illegal for the store to try and set a minimum for debit card purchases, but it most likely violates the rules they agree to with Visa or MasterCard. But, swiping the card for more than the purchase amount and then telling the customer after the fact might very well be considered...Read more »
The private lender has charged me interest only on a mortgage loan. part of the loan was repayed in Sept 2018 and the balance principal was only supposed to be $7k. The lender and lawyer has been going back and forth with the amount that I owe - from 32k to 9k then to 14k and now I am ready to... Read more »
You can check the registration status of your lender through NMLS (the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System / Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry). They maintain a consumer oriented website, here:
It is a case in California state court involving alleged violations of of a federal law, the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA). FACTA was enacted to address the problem of identify theft by putting certain protections into place. Specifically, FACTA prohibits the printing of more...Read more »
I purchased a puppy that was coming from Virgina. The seller was sending the puppy through a company named Sky Cargo Ways. The first time this company required money from me for the puppy's transport was for a ventilated carrier to safely transport the puppy. They wanted $650 for this with the... Read more »
I paid the $35+K to this firm as well and have inventory basically being held in purgatory at their warehouse. I have emailed the firm that is acting as conservator for this case Robb Evans a couple times with no reply.
In March 1984, Superior Oil was acquired by Mobil Corporation (now part of ExxonMobil). At that time, Superior was the nation's largest independent oil producer. You can contact Exxon Mobil Shareholder Services via their website -...Read more »
I bout 440 shares in this company almost 10 years ago now. I have the share certificate. I have called repeatedly and asked for information, financials, and they never answer or return any of my calls. I am tired of getting the run around. I have provided my contact information (phone, address)... Read more »
You should discuss the situation with a lawyer that specializes in securities law. Many will offer free initial consultations, and they can give a more in depth answer since you will be able to share more details with them than this process allows.
The answer depends on what they withdrew the money for, and what agreements you may have signed with PNC.
If it was just to fund your account, then it should be very easy to reverse the transaction.
If, on the other hand, it was to buy securities, and those securities have already...Read more »
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