what i have say when thay call me?
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Arkansas
thay gave me 24h to pay the bill @ i told thim im not the oewner ..thay said u signed for it .. it will be like hot check ...what i have to anser?
Repeat what you just said to them. That you "signed" for it in no way makes you liable for payment. Your signature is just acknowledging, as the manager of the business, that the shipment was received. That is a common business practice and they know that. They are just trying to pressure you into paying. Please click 'Reply To Expert' unless you consider this dialog complete and you are 100% satisfied with my service (not the website or the situation). If you are ready to rate my service, selecting anything less than 3 out of 5 will negatively affect my rating. Thanks.Nate
Over 8 years of legal practice.
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