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Stop Phone Slamming - Switching of Your Long Distance Phone Service Without Your Knowledge

Stop Phone Slamming - Switching of Your Long Distance Phone Service Without Your Knowledge or Consent

The Doctrine of Necessaries PowerPoint Presentation

There are many things to think about when entering into a marriage or civil union. One that is often overlooked or that people just don’t know about is the Doctrine of Necessaries (sometimes referred to as Necessities). In South Carolina, this doctrine allows third-party creditors, usually hospitals, to seek payment for a hospital bill from not only the patient but also the patient’s spouse. Under this theory, the spouse is liable for the “necessaries” of the other spouse. In this episode of Level Up Law, we define the doctrine and hit the high points of how it might apply in certain situations.

5 Things to Know When Online Shopping Goes Wrong: Black Friday is Coming

In this episode of Level Up Law, Consumer Unit Head Attorney Susan Ingles provides information from the Mail, Internet, or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule that governs the obligations of a seller in sales where a buyer has ordered merchandise from a seller by mail, internet or telephone. Learn about your rights when something goes wrong with your order.

E-consumer.com: Your site for cross-border e-commerce complaints

On April 24, 2001, responding to the challenges of multinational Internet fraud, and working to enhance consumer protection and consumer confidence in e-commerce, thirteen countries unveiled econsumer.gov, a joint effort to gather and share cross-border e-commerce complaints

E-consumer.com: Your site for cross-border e-commerce complaints

On April 24, 2001, responding to the challenges of multinational Internet fraud, and working to enhance consumer protection and consumer confidence in e-commerce, thirteen countries unveiled econsumer.gov, a joint effort to gather and share cross-border e-commerce complaints

National Do Not Call Registry

The National Do Not Call Registry is open for business, putting consumers in charge of the telemarketing calls they get at home. The Federal government created the national registry to make it easier and more efficient for you to stop getting telemarketing calls you don’t want.

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