Whirlpool self clean failure

Attention:      Owners of a Self-Cleaning Built-In Whirlpool IKEA Oven and Owners of Self-Cleaning Built-In Whirlpool KitchenAid Ovens  We are investigating claims that Whirlpool manufactured built-in Ovens with a self-cleaning feature that when the self-cleaning feature was turned on, the wall Ovens would overheat, blow a fuse, and typically lock-up, rendering the oven unusable.  If your Whirlpool IKEA Wall Oven or Whirlpool KitchenAid Wall Oven stopped working during or after you started the self-cleaning feature of your Whirlpool Wall Oven, please contact us to discuss your legal claims.

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Wire Maintenance Plan

ATTENTION: TELEPHONE, INTERNET, OR CABLE CUSTOMERS Are you paying something called a wire maintenance fee, wire protection plan, wire maintenance plan, or a similar charge to Spark, Charter Communications, Verizon, AT&T, Century Link, TDS Telecom, Cox, Cincinnati Bell, or other telephone cable, or internet company because you are afraid you could need "costly repairs" in the future?   If so, you are getting ripped off.  We are investigating claims that the cost of the repairs are insignificant in comparison to highly inflated monthly protection plan cost.  Please contact us today at ConsumerProtectionLegal@gmail.com for a free evaluation and so we can get you out of the worthless plan and get your hard earned money back in your pocket.

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Force Placed Insurance

ATTENTION: HOMEOWNERS WITH MORTGAGES Consumer Protection Legal is currently investigating claims that certain banks and lenders are overcharging homeowners for “force-placed” or “creditor-placed” insurance. The banks and lenders we are investigating include, but are not limited to, the following: Capital One LoanCare Caliber Home Loans M&T Bank Carrington Mortgage Services Provident Funding Cenlar Quantum Servicing Ditech Quicken Loans Dovenmuehle Mortgage, Inc. Saxon Mortgage Services Fifth Third Bank Selene Finance Flagstar Bank   If you and/or a loved one paid for “force-placed insurance” or “creditor-placed insurance” from one of these banks or lenders, you may qualify to act as a class representative in a class action against the bank to recover the overpayment.  Contact us today for more information by emailing...

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Consumer Protection in Retail: Weekly Roundup

This past week, several consumer actions made headlines that affect the retail industry. Litigation Bubbles Up Over Wal-Mart Beer Claims Wal-Mart was sued in Ohio last week in a proposed class action, alleging that the company falsely marketed and priced mass-produced beer as craft beer. The plaintiff explains that he bought a 12-pack of beer that was packaged to look like craft beer, and sold at a higher price point than other mass-produced beers. In order to be called a craft beer, the Brewers Association requires that the brewery make fewer than 6 million barrels annually and be less than 25 percent owned by a mass producer. Wal-Mart’s beer is a part of a collaboration with Trouble Brewing, which the...

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Welcome to Consumer Protection Legal

Have you been ripped off?  Is there a mysterious charge on one of your bills that you can’t quite figure out?  What is a surcharge anyway?  Have you found yourself trapped in an auto renewal program and the only way you can think of getting out of it is to fake your own death (and even then you’ll still probably get charged)?  Do you find yourself trying to get a refund from a corporation by trying to break through their voice answering system, whose options always claim to have changed, in hopes that at some point you may be able to find a live human voice?  Are you on hold right now, as you are reading this webpage, listening to...

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