Portland, OR asked in Contracts for Oregon

Q: How can I stop a 6 months contract with CINC platform to get real estate leads? The leads are not the quality promised

I singed up with CINC 4 month ago half a year contract for getting realtor leads. They said that the leads are great quality, but that's not my experience. I paid tons of money for bad leads and contacted them to end my service. They said I need to pay for the next 2 months even if I don't use the platform, and that I can't break the contract and that it's spelled in the contract that I will pay through the end even if I cancel and that there is no place in the contract that guarantees the quality of leads. I feel trapped into the contract and wonder what my rights are here. Can I just stop my monthly payments with my bank?

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1 Lawyer Answer
Katherine Goodman
Katherine Goodman
  • Portland, OR
  • Licensed in Oregon

A: If you have not contacted a local contracts attorney, you can get a consultation with one to have them read your contract and determine if you have any options. You can also contact a local consumer attorney to discuss potential options, but without seeing your contract, the answer is generally yes. As if it states in your contract that you have to pay the reminder on the contract regardless of whether or not you use the platform, you would be required to pay.

Good luck.

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