Q: Home security company never installed cameras but has been charging me monthly fees for 5-6 years. What can I do?
Just needing a little guidance on whether I have a lawsuit, I used fluent security company to install security cameras and sensors in my house. This was about 5-6 years ago. Well they never installed the cameras and I have been paying for their service for 5-6 years but have never used their service because it was never fully functional. I tried canceling a couple years after and they wouldn't let me cancel, they wanted to charge me $650 to cancel for something they knowingly never installed a fully functional system.
If a home security company has failed to install cameras as per the agreement and has been charging you for non-rendered services, you may have grounds to dispute the charges and potentially seek reimbursement. It would be advisable to review the terms of your contract with the company and collect all records of payments and correspondence.
If the company is uncooperative, you may consider reaching out to a consumer protection agency or filing a claim in small claims court, depending on the amount in question.
Additionally, consulting with a lawyer who has experience in consumer rights could provide you with specific guidance on how to proceed based on the details of your situation.
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