I have been the recipient of three glitter bombs, all from RuinDays.com, one last year at Christmas and two this year, same Christmas timeline. I believe it is the same sender for all three, but unable to verify due to the anonymity of the glitte...
As stated already, you'd have to file suit, and then conduct discovery against RuinDays.com to find out who it is. There may be some way of talking to them and stating that a lawsuit will occur if it happens again.See question
I want to sell brand shoes in my store and supply other stores with them such as nike air jordan etc. I've found 2 contacts in china 1 of which sources from various factory's that produces for major brands and another that is a actual manufacturer...
Of course, the caveat is in your question. You assume "authentic" brand products. As others have stated, it is hard to know if the shoes are authentic, or if they were sold from the factory as seconds which are to be treated a certain way. Just be aware that you may be swimming in dangerous waters.See question
In connection with your decision to use the TuneCore streaming media player, iPhone application or other so-called widgets or applications (the “Streaming Players”) as platforms for users to stream your Recordings, you hereby waive any right to di...
If this was the entire agreement, you'd be agreeing not to demand royalties that might otherwise be demanded for the Company's use of the Recordings and underlying compositions.
As others have stated, context would be helpful, but without taking a strong position, I'd say that the agreement as stated is designed to ensure that you recognize that you're giving the Company carte blanche to do whatever it wants without paying you anything.See question
I was terminated from the Postal service for attendance issues and then ordered to return back to work after being out for four months. The Postal service refuses to reimburse me for backpay and they are acting as if nothing happen. My union is ...
Probably you are out of luck. My suggestion is that you count your blessings.See question
I am filing bankruptcy. I have a car that I am exempting and have one payment left on it. Do I add it to the creditors? Do I need to reaffirm it? List it as an asset?
You must list all assets, and your car is an asset. You have to list all creditors, and the note-holder is a secured creditor. You should reaffirm, but that's probably not a big deal, since you are about to pay it off anyway.See question
Hearing was may 31st, writ was issued June 6th 2016 Filed Bankruptcy June 14th, 2016 this week movant is asking for a lift of stay, I am sure it will be granted But this is a total of 97 days after the judgment was signed
The whole process will not be started over. If the lift occurs, the writ will be executed.See question
Debt collector sued me in lubbock county tx. The case was dismissed for "want of prosecution". They are now trying to sue me in dallas county tx.
Yes. A debt collector may decide to sue in any location where the court has jurisdiction, so long as no more than four years has passed since your last payment on the debt.See question
I was behind on my car payment because of job layoff so when I did get a job they said I had to pay 1500 dollars plus a repo fee so i payed it then two days later I come home to find out that my car is missing. My family was home and tried to tell...
You should file a request for a tow hearing in the justice court regarding the tow.
i recieved check 8/8//2016 it was sent to collections on 8/24/2016 what are attorney respsonsibility after settlement and what are my rights against law firm?
From what you are saying, I'm guessing that you resolved a debt in settlement, and you believe that the attorney should continue working for you to clean up the collection matter.
You should have a written contract with your attorney, and you probably have email communications. If you have a problem with your attorney, check those first. I'd send a written email/letter demanding that the attorney do what he promised. Hard to take sides without knowing everything.See question
My Dad owned 1% of a business with his parents. They ended up owing $100,000, when they then filed for bankruptcy it left my dad with the debt plus interest. He works for the oil fields in California so it is extremely slow and we can't afford for...
I assume that there is a lien and the IRS executed a levy on your dad's account. To undo this, you'll need to take one of the options the previous answer included.
To add to what she stated, I'd strongly suspect that the only way to really get it done is to file bankruptcy and provide a replacement lien and payment in a Chapter 13. Your dad needs to visit a bankruptcy attorney asap.See question