As a consumer, you have a number of rights. You have a right not to be cheated. You have a right not to be lied to or mislead by business practices, especially when a company knowingly provides false information that can result in injury or death. But when you, and individual, are facing off against a large corporation or agency, it can feel like your rights don't matter.
Our firm works with individuals who have been wronged by companies to seek legal solutions. We work with individuals who are being harassed by credit card companies or who feel they have been cheated by businesses such as banks, auto companies or travel sites. Our goal is to work with you to understand what happened and how you can seek compensation or other action that rights the wrong that was done to you.
It can be difficult sometimes to know if you have a legal case. Someones, companies walk the line when it comes to legality. Credit card companies take many actions that seem questionable when it comes to ethics, but those actions might fall within the limits of the law. For example, a few weeks ago, we talked about how credit card companies seek new customers by offering low interest or no interest on balance transfers. Even though credit card companies know that this creates a debt trap for some consumers, they still offer the option. Sometimes, companies market those offers to consumers they believe have balances on other cards.
Low interest balance transfers aren't illegal, though. Understanding where the law draws a line is important to knowing if you have a case against a company. We can help you come to that decision, and our firm can help you fight for your rights if you were wronged.