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Q: Chinese company wants me, U.S. citizen, to collect money from U.S. companies and then wire it to their U.S. businesses.

They say it would cost too much money to have the money owed to them from North American company wired back to China and then re-invest back into an American Business. They called it a receiving agent. Would this practice be legal? It sounds like laundering to me.

Jingzhan Wang
Jingzhan Wang answered on Apr 10, 2018

what's the company's business? why they need to have the money back to China befor re-investing into US

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Q: can My gf take my son to California without my permission because I have a criminal warrant in another state

I have a warrant out for a business litigation issue in Michigan. My gf thinks that gives her the right to take my baby to California without my permission. She is the mother

Peter H. Westby
Peter H. Westby answered on Apr 2, 2018

Your girlfriend is wrong. She is not a parent and does not have the rights of a parent unless you have delegated them to her using a child care power of attorney. You and the child's mother are the decision makers concerning your child.

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Q: I am currently waiting for MVD and Attorney General to finish investigating the dealer I purchased my vehicle from two

months ago. They sold me a car whose title had a lien of $6000 and there were several misconducts. The lender they used to finance my deal is beginning to show some signs of possibly being illegitimate as well. I want to know where I can find information as far as the responsibility and liability... Read more »

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Oct 30, 2015

This is a consumer law matter, and you should seek out the advice of a consumer lawyer.

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