how do i deal with this as the co will not lisson is there a law that I can state
this co is beieng looked into by the better business b
there is over 5000 in Nz assume there all will have the same info this will = $25,000,000 in fraud a real large fraud case??
have requested cancellation no luck and yes this SFO would be with in there case load!
so the next action would be to stop psayment , however have paid the $2500 already and would like to get this back, might have to write that off as alesson in life
ok can I state this info to them or should i get a letter headed letter from a lawyer?
is this realating to New Zealand law or USA?
ok then I understand that you are not contracted lawyer, but I need to know the next step, should i contact alawyer or DT or SFU?
did not sign off
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