As a consumer, you have to trust that anything you buy or any service you pay for is in fact what it says it is. Fortunately, in California, the Consumer Legal Remedies Act helps protect consumers against fraud and deceptive practices. In the video below, experienced consumer advocate attorney Howard D. Silver talks about the Consumer Legal Remedies Act and how it helps Californians from unfair and unlawful practices.
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It can be hard to know how to protect yourself as a consumer. In the video below, consumer advocate attorney Howard Silver explains a couple simple steps you should always take when dealing with contracts and agreements.
If you believe you’ve been the victim of consumer fraud, call the Law Offices of Howard D. Silver today at 855-341-2611. He proudly serves those who live in Los Angeles, Riverside, Ventura and San Bernardino Counties, and other nearby areas in California.
Westgate Resorts was found guilty of consumer fraud in a lawsuit in April and are now hoping that the U.S. Supreme Court will review the lawsuit with the hopes that it will be overturned. Westgate Resort is a timeshare company that was sued for allegedly not providing accurate information to timeshare purchasers.
In an example of the type of protection California’s laws attempt to provide consumers from unfair and deceptive business practices, a Santa Cruz County Superior Court judge ruled that U-Haul engaged in “unlawful and fraudulent business practices” when they advised agents to book reservations of trucks and trailers without knowing if it will have the equipment available when and where customers need it.
The Columbus Dispatch reports that the Ohio Attorney General is suing a car dealer for breaking several consumer protection laws. According to the article, the company allegedly sold vehicles without divulging financial terms, tampered with a vehicle’s odometer in at least one case, and failed to provide dated sales receipts.
It can be a frustrating and intimidating experience as a consumer when you buy a new or used motorcycle in California only to find out that the motorcycle has considerable flaws. Owners of defective or under-performing motorcycles may be protected by the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act if the following points are established: