I can tell it’s a trick because after not buying the product asap the timer would hit 0:00 and then go back to 15:00. So obviously the product wasn’t about to be unavailable. But it does irk me that they seem to be allowed to do that to people? Sometimes people really cling to something and it... Read more »
I have an auto loan in the state of wyoming. In my loan contract it states not to sell collateral. I foolishly let someone take over payments and planned to sign the title to them once payments were complete. They totaled the vehicle and now I potentially owe the full amount of the loan to the... Read more »
answered on Dec 20, 2021
No. It’s a civil matter. The insurance should pay off the loan to the bank.
answered on Jul 18, 2020
A Wyoming attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If the issue poses a fire or safety hazard, you could bring it to the attention of the owner and ask if they could address it in the form of an electrician bringing the deficiency up to code. Hopefully, you could... Read more »
He left and paid part with a promise to make monthly payments. He hasn’t paid and I have a judgement against him. He says he doesn’t have to pay because he is disabled. Can I file fraud charges against him and have him arrested because he signed a promissory note that was witnessed? I am a... Read more »
answered on Aug 12, 2019
Sure, you can sue him for "fraud." However, it is unlikely you will prevail because you already have a judgment against him for the unpaid room rent.
answered on Jun 1, 2017
If the shop requires it then your only option is to look for another shop.
answered on Jan 26, 2017
Take all reasonable steps to protect your identity and accounts. If they were defrauded it may or may not be carelessness on their account. You'll have to speak with a member of the Wyo. trial lawyers Assn who handles employment law, juggle the possibility you can get something vs staying on... Read more »
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