They are in the state of California. I'm speaking about Sony Playstation. They have a return policy on games which they aren't keeping true to since they told me I cannot have a refund when they clearly state that there is an exception to faulty games.
You can sue in Small Claims court for breach of contract and breach of warranty if you think the game is faulty. It will cost you about $175 in filing and service fees. But if you win, the defendant can be ordered to pay that plus refund the cost of the game.
"Penalties may be waived upon payment of the registration fees due when a transferee (including a dealer) applies for transfer and it is determined that the registration penalties accrued prior to the transferee’s date of purchase and the transferee was not aware that the registration fees for...Read more »
Sounds like a criminal or regulatory matter. The National Credit Union Administration is the independent federal agency that regulates, charters and supervises federal credit unions. You can submit a complaint to it here: complaint.mycreditunion.gov/CAC/CommunityLogin
This judgement is almost 10 years old come sept and they have filed a renewal of judgement. I haven't heard from these people in over 9 years at least. It wasnt on my credit or anything and now they have gone form 2100 to 9000 in jidgement request. How do I get this stopped?
This doesn't make a lot of sense. You can buy a power chair from whatever facility you want, if that is what you are asking. If your question is whether you can use the power chair of one store to drive to another store, the answer is no. That would be theft. The power chairs are for customers...Read more »
You are entitled to reasonable updates on the status of the claim. If you aren't getting that, file suit against the attorney and client for breach of contract. You are entitled to pre-judgment interest in a lawsuit. As far as a collection matter, before lawsuit, you would be limited to whatever...Read more »
I'm a floater. I have seen this woman before, but police said she is 18. This is the first time this has ever happened to me. I will accept the fine, I just don't want me store to be fined or me do any jail time. I'm a single mother that helps my daughter take care of her kids, and my mother who... Read more »
Call a local attorney or ask the judge to appoint you a public defender if you qualify financially. They'll give you a form to complete in order to find out if you qualify for free defense. But whatever else you do, do not give anymore facts regarding your case on an open forum such as this where...Read more »
I will be traveling from Frankfurt to CA, USA. I will be drinking on that airplane because it’s legal since I’m 17 and am within the drinking age of Frankfurt, Germany. Thus, if I drink legally, there is no way for the US border control to arrest me, correct? And they have no right to force me... Read more »
My vehicle was towed Thursday my issue with this is they've tried towing my car while I'm in it, leaving other vehicles unticketed. I've now lost my vehicle (which was my residence) the sign states 7 days a week from 8am -11 pm however this week alone they've shown up twice and they are rarely if... Read more »
I made a purchase online at Office Depot in April, I got the item (chair). In June, same amount with the same exact details was debited AGAIN from my Paypal, by Office Depot, but I didn't make this purchase this time. I reported it as fraud, then as a duplicate transaction to Paypal. Both times... Read more »
I've had the unit for five months. Reported the problem the first week. I was cut by screen shards from an exploding screen. Apple said they will repair the defective components but not the screen, citing "Accidental Damage" which it's not. The screen failure in the lower left corner is from... Read more »
I purchased a soda from a drive thru for my mother that was too sick to drive herself, she almost gagged after taking a sip & so did I after I removed the lid because there was an old rotten big slice of lemon floating not even any ice & this place doesn't even offer lemons neither in their food or... Read more »
Your damages for the soda are the cost of the soda, so if you want to sue in Small Claims for $1.29, you might have a case, except you can't prove there was a lemon, or that it was rotten. You have no damages for the restaurant calling the police.
They charge 300 to 500% interest on their title loans for example, for a $2500 loan you end up paying about $10,000 on that loan. It should be illegal and no respectable financial institution would take it vantage of their customers in such a way. They have an F rating with the Better Business... Read more »
Early 2018 they were overcharging our acct & said they have a right to change rates anytime! ATT then offered another plan which was really similar to what we had with the original rates. They said there would be readjustments & credits initially sent & it would balance out. I re- verified our... Read more »
You have an obligation to pay for services rendered whether ATT&T mailed you a bill or not. You obviously knew that you received the services and that payments was due. You could have contacted the billing dept. at any time. Whether you are responsible for late fees or can reach some agreement...Read more »
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