Friend,I have been told that just because I gave them the card initially that I "authorized" them.
That is false. Did they tell you that? If so, then their statements cannot be trusted, as they are self-serving. If that were the case, then they would be free to charge whatever they wanted.
Right. The whole credit card system would collapse. So this is not true. Could you assist me in wording the dispute so I can effectively win? I think the person at fault is really the dancer because she provided me with false information.
I can give an example
, but I am afraid I cannot draft the matter as experts are not allowed to draft legal documents for JustAnswer customers.
You would have to pursue this in Massachusetts. If it is $7,000 or less, then the matter would be here
You would pursue the club, not the dancer, although the dancer may appear to testify at the club's request, or, you can subpoena
her if you want to.
To sue in court, one needs to have a "cause of action." There are numerous causes of action, such as "breach of contract
," "negligence," "fraud," "unjust enrichment," etc., as well as causes of action rooted in statutory law. Every state has their own although they are very similar to each other in every state.
Here, this may be a cause of action for money had and received
. This occurs when " one has money in his hands belonging to another which in equity and good conscience he ought to pay over to the other...." Trafton v. Custeau, 155 NE 2d 159 - Mass: Supreme Judicial Court 1959
. This is what someone in your situation may wish to claim.
I hope this helps.... good luck.
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