If an app advertises winning real money, and they really don’t pay out to anybody, would that be a good reason to sue for false advertising. Especially if someone spent money on in game purchases and got nothing out of it?
After singing and in processing used car loan agreement contract, in the same day local tampa bay dealer drop car price continue advertising price drop. Am I entitled to new car price drop, even loan contract signed,send forbank approval?? what are my options. Thanks,
The (amazing) fact that the dealer lowered the price on the same used car that you were purchasing that same day has nothing to do with your transaction. The written contract you signed was complete when signed.
My landlord is doing some shady things I live in a apartment complex ran by a slumlord and I looked into the cares act and know that I cannot be evicted for the 120 day period due to the loan being federally backed, they also are legal not allowed to charge late fees to my understanding, or send... Read more »
Parties to a contract have the right to negotiate terms relating to unforeseen events; and how any risks associated with said events would be assumed by the parties. That being said you should retain counsel to fully review the contract to determine your rights and make attempts to negotiate a...Read more »
The company is located in Florida; I am located in Texas. I sent in a deposit and 2 days later, I called to cancel. The company confirmed they would return my money but to date, I haven't seen a penny after 30 business days. Can criminal charges be brought on the individual/owner for theft.
My daughter recently had a major repair done to her car in Colorado. They also did an oil change. She drove to Florida with no problems. During some in-town driving in Florida, her car suddenly lost power, the door locks and radio controls were not working properly and it seemed to be an electrical... Read more »
The second one filed a paternity test against me it’s not set in stone yet that the baby is mines I am not on child support with my first baby mother which we have two kids together I want to know if the baby is mines should I have my first baby mother apply so the second doesn’t take all the money
In calculating the amount of child support you will be required to pay, the child support you owe on account of the other children will be taken into account. Just be sure they know about the other children.
A lender reported to credit agency during COVID 19 Forbearance. It negatively affected a refinance and canceled closing. I was informed it would not be reported and would not negatively affect us in anyway since we are current. Did they break law reporting it and affecting my refinance that was... Read more »
The recently passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act places special requirements on companies that report your payment information to credit reporting companies. These...Read more »
my nephew had a situation with his car in which he was told that he no longer had a warranty on his vehicle for repair. It turns out he did, but not after he had paid for the repair which by the way was not done right and continues to have car trouble. My question is; can he claim his money or sue... Read more »
I live in a condo and the association hires a landscaping company that sprays pesticide everywhere. I saw them applying it yesterday but found only one small sign in front of one of about 90 homes that are spread out over about 1/4 mile. This seems insufficient to warn consumers to stay off the... Read more »
You could check with the state or local agency that administers pesticide applicator licenses. In many states, it falls under the control of environmental or agricultural agencies. In Florida, it might be the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. If it's not under them, check with...Read more »
The lease states that payment by check is one of the accepted payments methods. The office states they are no longer accepting payment by check, citing concerns over Coronavirus. However, they are open by appointment to show you "in person" how to work the online payment system (where you... Read more »
If your lease states that you are allowed to pay by check then the landlord must accept checks. However, there is really nothing you can do except pay a lawyer a bunch of money to sue the landlord--but what are your damages? Zero.
The person can be charged with fraudulent use of credit card. You should immediately notify your credit card company if your card was fraudulently used. In addition, you can contact the local authorities if you desire prosecuting this person.
Very sorry for your loss on the passing of your father, please accept my condolences at this sad time for you and your family. Unless you cosigned those credit cards you have no responsibility for them whatsoever. They will either get paid as part of a probate (if there is one), or they will not...Read more »
Although this is possible, the lender would probably want both title holders to execute the mortgage, which agrees to the lien being on the property and only one of the owners signs the promissory note associated with the mortgage which is the agreement to pay the money secured by the mortgage lien.
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