Phoenix, AZ asked in Employment Law, Workers' Compensation and Business Law for Arizona

Q: Can you help with some legal advise on what I need to do next?

I worked for a company at the beginning of the year who while working for them. I had to pay a monthly subscription to a software called CRM. I stopped working with them back in April and found I was still being charged for the software. I contacted the owner of the company and advise them via text phone call and face-to-face over the course of 3 to 4 months that I was still being charged for the software. Still nothing got done over the course of those months so I went to my bank instead and told them about the unauthorized charges. The company rep for that department contacted me via text and harassed me about these fraudulent claims. What is my next move?

1 Lawyer Answer
Joel Friedman
Joel Friedman
  • Workers' Compensation Lawyer
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Licensed in Arizona

A: You are in one incorrect legal area, this is not about a work injury and is not a workers' compensation issue. You should limit your inquiry to employment and business law

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