I bought a 97 Mercedes from a dealer. The car has one month
I bought a 97 Mercedes from a dealer. The car has one month warranty on it. And after a week that I have car in my possession I found out the car is leaking oil . I took the car the dealer , he refused to fix it and proposed to reimburse my money and take his car back? What should I do? I already spent money and time registering the car
I have a whirlpool range, the handle comes the door and when
i have a whirlpool range, the handle comes the door and when the consumer tries to reattach the striped screw the tempered glass explodes this is the second time this has happened. i will never buy whirlpool products they are a danger to use!
Is there a lemon law in California carts under warranty?
Customer: Is there a lemon law in California for golf carts under warranty? JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue? Customer: It is a Ezone electric cart that has been in the shop 4 times since purchased new in Feb. 2015. JA: OK got it. Last thing — JustAnswer charges a fee (generally around $18) to post your type of question to Consumer Protection Law Experts (you only pay if satisfied). There are a couple customers ahead of you. Are you willing to wait a bit? Customer: Yes JA: OK. Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
My husband and I purchased a thermaspa swin spa 19 grand and
My husband and I purchased a thermaspa swin spa for nearly 19 grand and it hasn't work correctlythe product is no correct and the repair person has 7 thousand dollars payment to him for repairs he can not do as the parts are not for this spawe notice it wasn't the length it was to be, we repeatedly request correct parts and repairs and they simply are trying to use up our warranty to no pay for products. We were informed incorrectly about the product from sales person, and because we can not use it for anything more then a tub we want them to come and pick it up, return funds.
I am a retailer. customer, I returned to the manufacturer
I am a retailer. For my customer, I returned to the manufacturer 5 pieces of malfunctioning electronic equipment valued at $350 each. I returned the customer's equipment for warranty claim. That was 7 months ago. The manufacturer's voicemail has been full for the entire time. No one answers the phone. I have sent several emails requesting the warranty status of the equipment. I have received no response. I have not been able to speak with anyone in 7 months.I am in Denver, Colorado. The manufacturer is in San Francisco, California. Can I file a police report for theft? Should I report to the BBB? What recourse do I have? My customers are more than upset.
I own a small vacuum shop. I rebuild and sale refurbished
I own a small vacuum shop. I rebuild and sale refurbished Kirby. On my wall there is a sign that says, All Sales Final In Store. Well today a woman customer came in and purchased one of my refurbished Kirby and I explained to her all sales are final in store are you fine with that. She said yes and purchased the used machine. Well a little over an hour later she called and asked if she could return it. I told her no that she agreed with the no return policy in my shop. My question is do I have to refund her money or not? I believe I do not but not sure
I bought a 2014 Motorhome in April of 2014 and have had problems
I bought a 2014 Motorhome in April of 2014 and have had problems with it every since. It has been back in the shop numerous times. There is many issues but right now the batteries won't hold a charge. I have talked with the manufacture and two dealers and am not getting anywhere. They put two 6 volt batteries in and they were to tall so they cut the posts of and the step covering them will not stay down or locked. Because they put a rubber pad in to keep the batteries from touching the metal on the under side of the step. The warranty is running out the 19th of April. My husband passed away in August and I just don't feel I am getting anything resolved. I was looking into maybe filing under the Lemon Law. Any info I would really appreciate. I feel I am just being bounced around until the warranty is off.
I bought a car in Las Vegas Saturday, and drove it home to
I bought a car in Las Vegas Saturday, and drove it home to California today (Sunday). Total miles was less than 170. White smoke started blowing from the tailpipe. The mechanic said it was either a problem with the radiator or a cracked head. I paid California sales tax for the car. Am I covered under the California buyers remorse law since I paid California sales tax? I don't know if Nevada has a buyers remorse law.