To deliver my fully payd suv with exponation that that was cash deal and try to make me feel out the irs form 8300 I was send them a extract from irs with clearly explanation what was a cash deal and because i paid with my private check it don't feel in category cash deal
Under a separate reporting requirement, banks and other financial institutions report cash purchases of cashier's checks, treasurer's checks and/or bank checks, bank drafts, traveler's checks and money orders with a face value of more than $10,000 by filing currency transaction reports.
This happens quite often, unfortunately. You can give them a notice for them to act immediately warning them you will hire another company if they do not. If they still do not work to complete the project, you can hire another company and keep all the records. You also have right to ask them to pay...Read more »
I have never been asked to show I.d. To buy a lottery ticket. The legal age to buy one here in Florida is 18. I’m 31 years old. I feel like because I am short statured, 5’0” to be exact, that I was refused the purchase of a lottery ticket. It was very embarrassing. I asked a couple people... Read more »
No, as far as I know, one cannot sue for discrimination on the basis of "stature", even if you could prove that your being short was the reason for the discrimination. It appears that the reason they asked for proof of identity may have been that you looked like you were under-age. In...Read more »
They offer two payment methods online; pay by credit card or pay with bank account. Both options charge a convenience fee. They do not offer any other way to pay the dues. My understanding is that the convenience fee is only charged as a convenience alternative to a standard method of payment.
If you mail a check they have to accept it. They cannot legally refuse any form of legal tender. The problem you might face is proving they received the payment. They cannot require only online payment but if they provide for online payment they can charge a convenience fee.
The owner of an auto repair shop I just won a $6000 small claims suit against want me to get a lawyer to arrange the payment. Can she make me do that? Do I have to do that? Do I have to get a lawyer? Do I have to take her to court again?
I have a dispute with a builder over a $28,000 pole barn. He did not meet the specifications in the contract. I had them cease construction and withheld final payment. I don't know what type of lawyer I need or how I go about finding one. Any help or information is greatly appreciated. I... Read more »
Dec. 3, 2021 I signed a contract with Hydrotech pools for building a pool in my backyard.
Now this company does not exist anymore. All the people I had contact with are not at the company anymore. I was at their office and it was empty, like abandoned. I paid everything except an amount of... Read more »
You probably can't sue the owner, assuming the company is a limited liability company (LLC) or corporation; that's what limited liability is all about. While there are possible scenarios under which you might be able to "pierce the corporate veil". it's not likely that you...Read more »
This is not enough information to accurately respond. But in general, it would depend on a number of factors, such as whether this is an "as is" deal, whether there is a mortgage contingency and whether that expired, etc. Also, are there conditions in the home which the seller was...Read more »
motel has no lease and i pay month to month. i have been here for a little more than 3 and 1/2 years. the new owners knocked on the door and told me i had to vacate the premises by tomorrow. if it matters i am 70 years old and am a heart patient. please advise. thanking you in advance.
It is 15-days notice whether you are deemed a commercial or residential tenant. If it is for non-payment (does not sound like it) then under commercial leases there is a 3-day notice requirement. At this point, they will have to follow formal eviction procedures to actually evict you. Therefore, I...Read more »
I mailed my right of recession letter in June. I called and spoke to the company after they took my car and they said the letter isn’t valid. The letter was indeed valid and now they refuse to give me my remedies, and downpayment because they took my car back.
A right of rescission is generally limited to door-to-door sales and refinancing of mortgages, not cars. Dealerships are not going to let you drive their cars for three days, put mileage on the vehicle and then take it back. Unless there was a clause in your contract giving you this right, any...Read more »
We hired a couple to do epoxy floors on our garage floors. They said their product came with a 6 year warranty. We paid them $800 and after a month, the flakes started coming up. We contacted them to fix the issue and it was one excuse after another. They offered us a refund and to re-do our... Read more »
The only avenue open to you, with any chance of success is small claims court. If you prevail to judgment, you are entitled to costs. Make certain that you sue the correct legal entity. Many clerks have information and forms on their websites. You can find the Florida Small Claims Rules online.
I paid an ac co. $6000 for a system and install. They installed everything excepts ducts then refused saying there were spiders in crawlspace. They said they would take everything, keeping $1000 for their time. I told them I now owned the equipment and not to take it unless I got a full refund.... Read more »
If you sue them for the $1,000 they are trying to keep, replevin would not make any sense, you would not be out they money you paid them. You might want to talk to an attorney to see if any "other damages" would be practical.
A class action suit would probably not work....Read more »
My Instacart account was used yesterday to make 4 fraudulent purchases in 30 minutes. The first three purchases were for around $50 with a $490+ tip on each of the three. Each time the driver marked the deliveries as delivered right after the order was placed. The last one was made for the same... Read more »
Start by calling the police for your locality. They should be interested in investigating your matter. Also, the Fla. Attorney General's Office's Fraud Hotline 1-866-966-7226 possibly could be interested. I think this issue can be solved through law enforcement, but if you must end up...Read more »
I am very sorry for your loss on the passing of your wife, please accept my condolences and sympathy for you and your family at this sad time. The rule generally is that you have no obligation whatsoever unless you have cosigned or otherwise agreed to be responsible for the credit card debt or any...Read more »
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