Lansing, MI asked in Consumer Law for Michigan

Q: Bought service for $3200 that ended up being a total deception from what the salesman said it'd be. What can I do?

They're located in Renton Washington.

Mike Winters CEO & sales

They use very deceptive techniques to capture people's money. They do nothing it sounded like they were going to do and used deception to lead you to believe you're going to make a LOT of money, quickly too. Neither of these are remotely true.

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Trent Harris
Trent Harris
  • Jackson, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: Get rich quick schemes are usually too good to be true. The old adage applies: buyer beware. It's difficult to answer your question without more detailed information. By generally, a contract can be voided for fraud or misrepresentation in the making of the contract. Whether that applies to your situation, no one can say based on the information you've given. I recommend you consult with an attorney to talk specifics.

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