Dec-Feb we had a contractor doing work on the house. He used my home depot credit card use for supplies. I rcvd the card back with the receipt each time. So he may or may not be connected with the fraud.
In March we had $640 worth of fraud charges on the... Read more »
I am sure that Delaware has a small claims court system. Your claim, being under $1000.00 will most likely fall in the jurisdiction. You need to sue the contractor for use of the CC beyond the permissive use you gave him. Pay the CC to preserve your credit. HD really did not do anything wrong,...Read more »
Based on these limited details, it's difficult to say why you were not able to find a lawyer to help you. It's possible that lawyers you spoke with did not see a strong or viable case, they may have felt that legal costs would have been out of proportion with the scope of the dispute,...Read more »
Well water, pump in landlords basement. Some days water is off for 13 hours, it’s now a daily occurrence. I’ve mailed landlord a registered letter. Rent paid on time for 12 years. Do I put rent in escrow account? A friend of mine would have fixed it for them, they refused. They are now angry... Read more »
My ex fiance and I purchased a house together in Delaware and both our names are on the mortgage and deed. I pay the mortgage and have always. Over 2 years ago, he abandoned the house and moved out of state. He filed for bankruptcy in Arizona. I found out when I went to make the mortgage payment... Read more »
This is more of a bankruptcy question than a consumer law question, and I am not an expert in bankruptcy. However, it is my opinon that s long as you make the payments on time, his filing for bankruptcy protection will not affect your credit score.
I helped a friend sell her car by putting it on my lawn. She gave me permission to sell it. I wrote a bill of sale with my name on it but the title was signed by owner not me. All money went to owner. I did not receive anything in return for this. I never owned it, drove it, or anything. I was... Read more »
The Public Defender in Delaware represents individuals who are arrested or charged with a crime who cannot afford a lawyer. Based on your reference to a defective engine, the Public Defender cannot help you. You should contact an attorney for help.
I wish you had provided more information. I will assume that you are saying that you contributed money toward the mortgage payments someone else owed on a house, that you were not on the mortgage, and that now you would like to get back some of the money you paid. It doesn't look promising for...Read more »
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