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Dear Consumer Ed: I live in a senior care facility. They are attempting to make me pay for services that I did not receive. What recourse do I have?
Dear Consumer Ed: I was told by my moving company that under Georgia law they can require that I pay them before they unload my furniture. Is this true?
Dear Consumer Ed: There’s a tree between my neighbor’s and my property that fell and landed in my yard. I asked my neighbor to split the costs with me for removing the tree, but he says the tree is in my yard now, so I should pay. Who is right?
Dear Consumer Ed: My landlord is raising my rent by $200 per month. Now he is telling me I also have to pay an additional $200 on my security deposit. Is he allowed to do that?
Dear Consumer Ed: I paid off my car loan last year, but my credit report is still showing a balance of over $8,000. How can I get this corrected?
Dear Consumer Ed: Can my Homeowners Association increase my monthly dues by $230, and do so without prior notice?
Dear Consumer Ed: I can barely afford my monthly prescription medications. I’ve seen ads about online pharmacies that provide medications at a fraction of the price, but I don’t know how to tell if they are legitimate and safe to use. Please help.
Dear Consumer Ed: I paid a contractor a $3,900 up-front deposit for a $5,400 contract for work on my home. He never began the work and is ignoring my phone calls. Can I get my money back?
Dear Consumer Ed: I left my car in a parking garage with an attendant. When I went to pick it up, I discovered that my car and my car keys had been given to someone else. What is the parking garage’s legal responsibility in this situation?
Dear Consumer Ed: Can a mechanic make repairs to your vehicle that were not discussed and agreed to ahead of time and charge you for them?