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I disputed $250 debit charge for a resume service that was

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I disputed $250 debit charge for a resume service that was not completed to my satisfaction, they are now threatening legal action. What is my liability?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Steinlaw replied 8 years ago.

Thank you for your question and I look forward to assisting you. Please keep in mind that I can only respond to your post and the information contained in it, as I do not know what you know unless you have put all of the information in your question. Also, due to site reasons, oftentimes I am initially only able to see the first part of your post, so I apologize in advance if it means more interactions between us. Also, there may be future facts that are as yet undetermined in your matter, that can and must leave some areas of information provided by me broad in nature. However, don't hesitate to ask for clarification if needed! At times, there can also be a delay of an hour or more in between my answers because I may be helping other customers or taking a break. That being said...


They will probably send you to a collection agency. If they do, send a validation letter to the collection agency. You can find one at www.californiadebtblog.com. That should make the collection agency sell it to another collection agency. Then you send another validation letter. This goes on and on until they get tired of you.


If they sue you, it will be in small claims court. You need to bring proof that the service was not satisfactory, ie misspellings in your resume, missing words, etc.... If you have that, you will win.


I think you are in a good position.


Good luck.


 

 

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
I live in Marietta, GA, so this advice applies here?

Thanks for the quick response.

Regards,
Wayne
Expert:  Steinlaw replied 8 years ago.
Yes. That will workin Marietta as well.