Consumer fraud may happen when a business or individual uses deceptive practices that result in financial losses for the consumer. Often, fraud can also cause emotional harm to consumers as well. Consumer fraud is a rampant problem, so much so that the FTC and FBI have special divisions to deal specifically with fraudulent activities that target consumers.
We work with clients to help them relieve financial burdens and emotional harm after consumer fraud has occurred. Our lawyers help clients with consumer fraud law cases with the goal to help clients find a path forward after fraud has occurred.
How We Help Consumer Fraud Victims
Consumer fraud attorneys spend time listening to clients’ who may have been the victim of consumer fraud to determine the best course of action. Our attorneys at Crowder McGaha, LLP spend time with each client to fully understand the details of the potential fraud case and explain legal options and remedies in cases of alleged consumer fraud.
If you believe you were the victim of consumer fraud and your rights as a consumer have been violated, we may be able to help. Contact us today to find out how.
Deceptive Sales Practices and Advertising Fraud
Businesses design advertisements or sales pitches to convince consumers to buy their products or services. Sometimes these businesses promise results that aren’t possible or use tactics to pressure and mislead consumers into making financial commitments or purchases. It isn’t until after the transaction that most consumers realize they have been the victim of consumer fraud.
We help clients who have discovered they may have been the victim of fraud to right the wrongs done by false advertising and deceptive sales practices. Contact us today to find out how.
Unwanted Sales Faxes or Telemarketing Calls
Consumers are berated on a regular basis with unwanted faxes and telemarketing calls from businesses. While there are certain times when businesses can call you or send you faxes, laws like the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and Junk Fax Protection Act prohibit certain behavior from businesses. If you have been suffering from annoying unwanted calls or faxes that are disrupting your life, our team of attorneys may be able to help put a stop to the calls. Contact us today to find out how.
Are you a victim of consumer fraud?
We serve clients who may have been the victims of consumer fraud to, including the following fraudulent activities:
- Junk (Unsolicited) Faxes
- Sales Practices, Fraud or Deception
- Fraudulent Products or Services
- Telemarketing and Pre-recorded Calls
- Warranty Fraud
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