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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law and Internet Law for Kentucky on
Q: Cashapp says u have a limit to how much money you can add. One says $1,000 for a rolling 7 days and another says $25k.

I had added $500, $200, $200 and tried three times adding another $100 to pay my car insurance yesterday. Keep in mind that they keep $1 for every time you add money so the 500 was $499, the $200 I added $201 and again I added $201. Then it declined my $101 for my car insurance and said I had added... View More

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answered on Apr 6, 2024

It sounds like you are experiencing some frustration and confusion with the limits and policies of Cashapp. Here are a few thoughts on your situation:

1. Conflicting limit information: It does seem odd that Cashapp is displaying different weekly and monthly transaction limits in different...
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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Identity Theft and Internet Law for Kentucky on
Q: A perso i know used someone else bank account to pay my utility bill and now they want to charge me for it what do i do?

They sent out a warrant for my arrest because i didnt go and sighn a statement , witch i was going to because i thought he was using his money and i aggreed to pay him back with intrest.. he lied to me and now im in trouble..

Leland Hulbert
Leland Hulbert
answered on Jan 27, 2022

Since you already have r a warrant you need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to try and get the warrant set aside and start fighting the case. I would also save any text, e-mail or social media communications you have had with the guy that fraudulently used the card.

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1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Internet Law for Kentucky on
Q: My dad wants to deed me the land my trailer sits on my question is how much will it cost
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Jan 21, 2022

Depends on the fair market value of the property but likely wouldn’t be terribly expensive.

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Gaming, Internet Law and Small Claims for Kentucky on
Q: If alot of people got scammed from a website out of alot of money for example I invested 1500 was supposed to be a 10%

It was supposed to be a 10% return and u could take ur money out anytime for a fee now no one can take there money out now. The site was a scam and a lot of people got scammed can I sue ?

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Mar 9, 2021

Yes. You can. You’ll need to find out the princi ppu als behind it and sue them too.

1 Answer | Asked in Agricultural Law and Internet Law for Kentucky on
Q: Should employers be able to terminate your employment based on your social media postings? How's this right or wrong?
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on May 2, 2020

You pose an interesting question, but the response would largely be a matter of personal opinion. You could pose the question to employment attorneys, as they would have the most insight into this issue, more so than attorneys practicing in internet law and agricultural law. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Communications Law and Internet Law for Kentucky on
Q: Have a friend who dated a woman online, found out she’s married with two kids. She’s in Connecticut, he’s in Kentucky.

Is it possible he could get in trouble for telling her husband that she was in multiple relationships online on a phone app? Could my friend go to jail for coming clean to the husband of hers?

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Apr 29, 2018

No. The truth is a defense and the lesson is be careful who you associate with.

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Entertainment / Sports and Internet Law for Kentucky on
Q: Is it legal to sell vintage (1960's) pulp/sleaze/erotica paperbacks & trading cards online from Kentucky?

My boyfriend's friend gave him a box of vintage sleaze/erotica paperbacks and trading cards. My bf wants to sell on Amazon & Ebay, which is okay, according to their policies. Is it legal to sell them from Kentucky?

Benton R Patterson III
Benton R Patterson III
answered on Sep 27, 2017

This is most likely alright. If you legally acquired the paperbacks and trading cards, you are free to resell them. The first sale doctrine allows people to resell what the purchase without restriction from the copyright or trademark owner. Although, if they are adult materials, you cannot sell... View More

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