Case Against: Xpo Logistics
State of Filing: NJ
Country of Filing: Middlesex
Reason of the Suit: Damaged my door while delivering Refrigerator. I have contacted the Manager, asst Manager, CEO, and The XPO contractor admitted fault but no one follows thru with promised to fix my door.
By Amrit SIngh, October 30, 2018
Case Against: Platinum Preferred Financial Group
State of Filing: NJ
Country of Filing: Bergen
Reason of the Suit: I purchased a commercial lending company"business in a box" and the owner of this company gave me a contract stating access to commercial lenders, business coaching for a lifetime and training, which he never delivered. I also invested in one of his clients for a undisclosed amount of money with a promise of a 90 day ROI and he never delivered and then stop answering my calls.
By TONI TOPPS, October 11, 2018
Case Against: Sp Custom Fencing
State of Filing: NC
Country of Filing: Rockingham
Reason of the Suit: Paid $4,300 for a fence. Fence is horrible. It was supposed to be for Police dogs. Fencing company cashed checks and will not respond. We had to redo the fence ourselves. Also hit my septic line while digging and is refusing to repair it. We ordered heavy duty farm fence and they installed cheap garden fence.
By Birgit Hall, September 24, 2018
Case Against: Car Champs
State of Filing: CA
Country of Filing: Riverside
Reason of the Suit: I've had issues with this car company for the last 2 years the first car that I purchased from them was a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica I only have the car maybe five months and the transmission went out and they did not want to give me my money back and it kept telling me Oh we can't fix it didn't you have to take it to the dealership and everything like that well excuse me I was making payments on the car which was $299 k they took the car back they ended up finding me a 2004 Toyota Avalon from the auction I have the contract for that and everything now my issue is I can't get my car registered through Car Champs I need to get my car registered so I can have a vehicle to go back and forth to work I'm having issues with this okay I have put in almost $22,000 into the car between the first car had in this car about $2,500 and I still can't get my registration through the DMV because they have not transferred over any of the name on the contract into my name and then I don't know who the finance company is I'm sending payments but who am I sending them to the company that I keep calling long profolio I don't think they're even answering the phone anymore so basically I'll almost pay you might as well say $6,000 on this car for the last 2 years
By Lyndaisha Hamilton, December 06, 2017
Case Against: Eilish Cronin
State of Filing: MA
Country of Filing: Barnstable
Reason of the Suit: On 12-10-16 the Defendant admitted (See attached police report) to "smashing some things" prior to being arrested for domestic assault and battery at our home. Charges were not pressed at the time as I believed in the days after the incident that the Defendant would, over time, purchase new items. To date, monetary or physical reimbursement has not occurred. See attached pictures. The $3390.00 + is the sum of: (2) Two 55" Insignia Smart Televisions @ $750.00 each (1) One Johnson Electric Guitar @ $400.00 (1) One Washburn Acoustic Electric Guitar @ $600.00 (1) One Martin Acoustic Guitar @ $350.00 (1) One 17" LCD monitor @ $150.00 (1) One Logitech K550 Wireless Keyboard @ $60.00 (1) One Repaired Entry Way Door Trim Around Glass @ $200.00 (2) Two repaired holes in wall @ $30.00 each (1) One repaired basement interior door trim @ $100.00
By Chris LaGambina, October 12, 2017
Case Against: Volkswagen Of South Charlotte
State of Filing: NC
Country of Filing: Mecklenburg
Reason of the Suit: Plaintiff was given two contracts at same time. One has a lower car sale with and extended warranty included and the second has the price of the car higher and no extended warranty. On the same day, plaintiff was asked to complete a monthly debit for the extended warranty. Several months later the deposit was returned and the warranty was canceled, loan amount untouched. Plaintiff called insurance and they said defendant canceled. They asked why we didn't renew? Dealer also believes that plaintiff never had a warranty, but plaintiff can prove because it was used.
By L.Steven Irby, September 23, 2017