I am also more than happy to provide assistance. I am an attorney, but need more information please
Getting screwed in Mexico - Attorney General? Lawyer?
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Posted 26 March 2010 - 10:25 AM
hmmmm, I thought I had an answer, but I guess it doesn't apply here. See, there is 'Federal Regulation C," a credit law that allows you to bring up disputes with your bank and credit card company. After you have tried reasoning with the merchant (I.E. hote), you send a written complaint with any documentation you have to your credit company and they investigate. When figure out the problem, they reverse the charges. But I just read the limitations, which are that you have to purchase in your home state or within 100 miles away. The reason I'm still posting is because technically, you probably made your transactions while you were here right? Maybe there is a loop hole. I hope things work out for you. Obviously this only helps you get some money back, and I don't know of any advice to help with the rest, unless you decide to tell us more.
Posted 26 March 2010 - 12:34 PM
| Originally Posted by Kristy! |
I don't mean to be rude, but why would you post this without giving any details? All this will do is get brides getting married in that area worried. We'd be more than happy to help if you fill us in.
Can you please describe what has happened so we may be able to give you the best advice that we can? Otherwise, we're all confused.
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