I payed a person $375 for personal training services because she said she was a certified personal trainer but in the end she wasn't, she was just a chick in good shape, not a certified trainer like she said she was. I payed her for 15 sessions plus supplements and 6 free sessions which she promise if i give her the money, and $50 for nike shoes she said i needed but saw nothing in return and she lied to me, when she said she was gonna give me my money back she gave me a check with insufficient funds in the bank and she knew about it, can police arrest her?...
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It is a crime to knowingly write a bad check. You could turn over the check to the district attorney but it is up to the district attorney whether or not to press charges. You could also sue her in small claims court.
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