PLEASE NOTE: The following information on this website does not constitute legal advice in any way, but is simply general information to assist people in seeking recourse from any business that has failed to provide services and/or products for which people have paid. We make no representation (expressly or by way of innuendo) that any party named herein is liable in any way.
If you have a contract for the provision of business services and/or products with a business that has failed to provide you with such services and/or products, the following information may help you.
What Can You Do If a Business Has Failed to Provide You with Services and/or Products for which You Have Paid?
Generally speaking, and depending on the particular circumstances, if you have paid a company for services and/or products that you have not yet received (or if you have only partially received them, or received them but they are at a sub-standard), there are numerous causes of action to which a person may resort. Generally, such causes of action may include the following (PLEASE NOTE: We make no representation, expressly or by way of innuendo, that any party named herein has any liability under such causes of action):
What You May Need to Do
If you have paid for services and/or products that you have not received, partially received them, or received them but they are at a sub-standard, it is important that you safeguard your legal rights (PLEASE NOTE: The following are only suggestions and do not constitute legal advice in any way):