Memphis, TN asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Personal Injury and Products Liability for Tennessee

Q: TN code violations for corporation using deceptive acts of promising refunds in writing without ever paying???

Multiple promises in writing, asked Corp multiple times for transcripts, recordings & notes for all interactions with representatives that I supposedly had access to as customer, I have large amount of those interactions & asking to compare in order to solve who is at fault to no avail... Only more numbers of initiated tickets for action with false promises of payment that never come. .. They are purposely trying to run out time limits for complaints to avoid responsibility.... Actions are systemic rehearsed & malicious under known circumstances of my family... Acts of billing, charging, then keeping supposed tax on service not rendered has to be criminal & this process isn't a 1 off occurrence it's S. O. P.

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Anthony M. Avery
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Knoxville, TN
  • Licensed in Tennessee

A: That sounds like a potential breach of contract action on each refund. Possible class action. But it sounds like you have no evidence. Consult with an attorney. But be advised it may not be a TN jurisdictional matter.

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