Statute of Limitations on North Carolina Credit Card Debt

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The advent of credit cards in the 1950s brought with them unmatched buying power for Americans. But they also brought more risks for consumers and for some, financial ruin. Today, more than 191 million Americans have credit cards, and the average card holder has 2.7 different cards. Credit card usage took a dive last year, […]

Harassing Text Messages, Phone Calls, Emails, or Faxes – North Carolina Telemarketing Consumer Protection Lawyer

Everyone has experienced unwanted phone calls, harassing text messages, phone calls, or e-mails from companies marketing goods and services. Not only is this conduct harassing , but also potentially illegal, warranting money damages for the consumer. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) is federal legislation designed to counteract the aggressive actions of telemarketers […]

Protecting Consumers from Deceptive Scams and Ripoffs

“Scam” and “Ripoff” have millions of search results on Google.  But in North Carolina, consumer protection laws can help you get something that complaining about a business can’t: your money back.  Protecting consumers is important to us.