San Antonio, TX asked in Consumer Law and Business Law for Texas

Q: Hi I lost a fraud case that I should've won for my business help please!

A card was reported stolen for a couple thousand of dollars. I completed the work and never received the money on top of that the CRM/Payment I use is taking the money from my incoming payments to pay back the debt. They were incharge of disputing the case on my behalf with the information I sent them, but lost the case. I am not at fault for the charge but it looks like I am the scammer. I completed the work and now being punished for the case, when I am really also a victim. Please help, willing to take this as far as it needs to go if there is a case.

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John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
  • Frisco, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: If there has already been a lawsuit which you have lost, you have 30 days from the date the final judgment was signed to file an appeal. On appeal, you will be limited to the evidence and legal arguments contained in the appellate record. You should retain an experienced appellate lawyer to assist you with the appeal and the preparation of your appellate brief.

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