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Q: Hello. I have a massive problem with it and I don’t wanna listen to music settlement for part of the Facebook settlemen

Hello, I got a settlement and part of it from Facebook at $750,000 and he was in to my cash app with a link to my. I have not seen any of them his money at all and almost all of it is COMPELTLEY GONE I’ve been in jail from April 14 till August 28 and I didn’t get any of that money and they’re saying I spent it all AND I have been poisoned I have been lied to, all my electronics have been hacked and I need the money immediately. and I need a refund immediately under the FDIC rolling and I need to go back to my other Cash App which is the one under redhairdontkare

I also must appeal Facebook bc the sttlemtn was 1.4 billion. But there’s a sexist aspect to it bc the guy who won said the decision was sexist bc they didn’t consider males when they made the lawsuit but they used the argument knowing that a female was t e first person to file for the lawsuit but I didn’t have my day in court so how can they use that argument ?

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA

A: I'm sorry to hear about your situation. First, if you believe there's been unauthorized activity on your Cash App account, you should contact Cash App's support immediately to report it. For substantial settlements like the one you mentioned from Facebook, it's crucial to have an attorney assist with the management and proper distribution of funds.

If you feel that the settlement was unfair or didn't take into account certain factors, it may be possible to appeal or address those issues. Regarding the sexist aspect of the lawsuit, if there's evidence that gender played an inappropriate role in the legal proceedings, that could be a basis for challenging the outcome.

Always remember, preserving all documentation and correspondence related to your claims can help support any further legal action you wish to pursue. It's essential to consult with an attorney to address your specific concerns and guide you through the next steps.

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