On 12/18/19 I purchased access to an online educational platform for SEO via credit card over the phone for a total of $5860. The representative confirmed the transaction and forwarded a receipt listing it as completed and I e-signed a receipt with the last four digits of my card on it.... Read more »
Without a full review of all facts and documents, no one can opine definitively here, but, your point "Aftergaining access to the platform, I found the contents extremely poor and not usable." is likely the best place for you to focus your efforts when push comes to shove. Good luck with it.
total cash payments in a settlement for filed claims ? Individual awards compared to claimants? claim process results in actual distribution of settlement funds to class members ! The claim process determines individual awards! Is the total cash payment in a settlement is it divided or what each... Read more »
In CA, the relative is liable if he co-signs or guaranties the loan, or if the collateral for a loan is jointly owned by the relative, or potentially if the borrower is a minor. (Code of Civil Procedure sectiopn 1714.1)
I was at a towing company trying to recover my car and I recorded my interaction with their employee at the front counter. There are cameras everywhere and notices that I am being recorded. Can I record my interaction and can I use that in small claims court? The tow was illegal and they did damage... Read more »
My truck got repoed. I have been making payments to the Finance Company in order to get it back but the tow company says the Finance Company had them take it to the Auction already. Finance Company will not release information to where my truck is until they have received the full amount I owe plus... Read more »
Sounds to me like you are bringing your past due payments current. You owe the past due amounts regardless of whether the Finance Company auctions the truck, unless the auction amount somehow exceeds the remaining balance on the loan, which would seem to be be rare.
Registration for car and I paid car off in sep 2019 I called DMV they told me there is a lien on my car and it has not been smogged since Feb 2018. So now I've been driving with Expired Temp paper plate that Expired Oct 2019 Is the dealer breaking any laws????
I signed up for a MoneyGram account online so I could send a friend of mine whose abroad a loan. MoneyGram cancelled my account and also cancelled the transfer as well. I've been trying to get my money back which was a high dollar amount back but have had one issue after another getting it back. If... Read more »
It was a Visa prepaid Debit Card the card itself and the store policy says specifically that this item can be returned if unopened with receipt and within 90 days. Which I had all three. Staff was extremely rude and degrading to me and wouldn't even take the time on how to figure out it could be... Read more »
I applied to get my licensure for physical therapy. The California Physical Therapy Board sent my application to Consumer Protective Services to review my criminal background and decide if I can get licensed. I was wondering what this process is typically like and how long it takes. Thank you in... Read more »
I do not think anyone can answer this with exactness. The CA Bar licensing usually takes about 4 months and does not include folks *usually* with criminal records. It DOES have a LONG exam. IF it takes more than 6 months, I'd recommend you politely reach out to the body doing the screening, and to...Read more »
I live in an apartment in Anaheim California. The lease is weekly and required to pay by week and it up to a month in advance. I have been stalked and harassed and now the entire ceiling in my closest is saturated with water and brown mold in ceiling. The carpet is wet and my belongings on on the... Read more »
I was fine with that. My current loan was discharged under a bankruptcy, but my mom would still be held liable for it as she is a co-signer on the loan. Anyways, the finance manager comes back and says since the loan was discharged, just surrender the car. I informed him that my mom was on there... Read more »
Emailed all local shelters , and posted advertisements in neighborhood and online to find him. At 5:00pm the same day he went missing I located him at the local SanDiegoHumaneSociety. They had closed , I was instructed to claim him the following day upon opening.
Do I have any rights as a consumer to receive my money for completing a job. I was told the individual that works as the accountant took the money that was suppose to pay for the truck therefore not paying me for a job I completed. Need your help...thank you in advance.
If you were an employee, you can file a claim with the Labor Commissioner in the state where you were hired to do the job. If you were an independent contractor, you can sue in Small Claims for up to $10k (in CA). You would sue the person who was supposed to pay you, not the accountant.
I bought the car used and the dealer gave no info about the car having a faulty transmission. Two days after purchase the car had much difficulty driving. Bought "as is" but had no idea what that meant. First time buyer age 21. No warranty bought. Dealer said nothing at all and clean car fax... Read more »
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