Ask A Lawyer Review

VIA ONLINE RIP OFF REPORT FORM 09/13/19[F] 3:30 pm Deceptive practices in online marketing where you are prompted to submit your case a consumer timewaster when the company denies you relief to a free response by having you fill out your charge card information when it is presumed free advice when typing into search browser listings request for free legal advice. | Request remedy to have webpage announce charges before wasting consumers time, also perhaps money to run website is based on volume and if that is the case then that is not consumer-centric but money-lining centric attorney scam used in deceptive practices. | Thank you for checking this out, was distracted during reporting but that is the brunt of it. [email protected]


Name: Ask A Lawyer

Country: United States

State: California





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