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Consumer Law

What to Know About False Advertising Claims

False advertising is a deceptive and unethical marketing technique that aims to manipulate consumers into purchasing products or services based on misleading or exaggerated claims. In today’s fiercely competitive marketplace, businesses often resort to these deceitful tactics to gain an edge over their rivals. Knowing the various types of false

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Consumer Law

What Do Patients Want You to Know About AccessOne MedCard?

AccessOne is a private debt financing company specializing in out-of-pocket healthcare costs. The South Carolina-based company markets itself as an “empathetic” alternative to traditional financing options, but some patients describe the operation as unscrupulous and predatory. AccessOne was founded in 2002 by Russell Salton, a physician and former insurance company

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Consumer Law

Understanding the Most Common Charter Spectrum Complaints

Among the prominent providers in the United States, Spectrum (the brand name of Charter Communications) has emerged as a significant player, offering a wide range of telecommunications services to millions of customers nationwide. The brand was introduced to North Carolina in 2014, and as of this article’s publishing, it has

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Investigating Westlake Financial Services

In recent years, auto loan servicer Westlake Financial Services has acquired the debts of thousands of consumers. The Los Angeles-based company boasts over $7 billion in assets, profiting from high-interest loans to buyers with bad credit. But their profitable business strategies have also amounted to numerous complaints and lawsuits. Consumers

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Consumer Law

What You Can Do About Unauthorized ACH Withdrawals

Many consumers use Automatic Clearing House (ACH) withdrawals for effortless and time-effective monthly bill pay. An ACH payment securely transfers funds and requires the permission of the account holder to do so. If you put your bills on autopay, you will have signed an agreement in some form that allows

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Personal Injury

3 Things to Know About Moped Accidents

A moped is a vehicle with two or three wheels and cannot exceed 30 mph on a level surface. Additionally, the maximum motor size cannot exceed 50 cubic centimeters. Moped owners must register their vehicles with the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, but riders do not need a driver’s

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Consumer Law

When Are Robocalls Illegal?

If you have a cell or landline phone, chances are slim that you can avoid pre-recorded calls. The frustrating reality is that technology is making it easier and cheaper for businesses and scammers to reach large swaths of the population. An independent study by Robokiller estimates that Americans receive more

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