Q: Im being sued by a credit union. I was caught up by a, scam and lost over $3000. I asked b4 cashing the check. They ok'd
In the claus it says only won't be liable if i truly believed the check was good. I can prove i did. I thought I was being hired for a job.. Am i still liable? And how can I find a lawyer pro bono?
Please. You do not need a lawyer; and you will never get one to take your case "pro bono." Why? Because proving that you "...truly believed the check was good" does not somehow make the check good.
FYI: Whenever a check you deposit bounces you must repay all the money the bank lost, plus pay whatever returned item fees and OD fees charged by the bank.
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