When a New Jersey resident pays for a service or product, there is an unspoken expectation they will receive said service and that products will perform as advertised. If you buy a car, you expect it to run properly. If you’ve paid for a healthcare plan, you expect to have coverage when you need it. Fair return on an investment is what good and fair business is all about.
When that doesn’t happen, and you are out your money and left with products or services that fail to perform, you are understandably angry. We can help. If you feel you have been defrauded by a company that sold you shoddy goods or services in South Jersey, contact an experienced consumer fraud attorney at Graziano & Flynn, P.C., based in Cherry Hill, NJ. We understand your consumer rights and will fight to recoup your losses.Types of Consumer Fraud
Consumers across the country have a legal right to know the whole truth and nothing but the truth about the products and services they’re purchasing. State and federal laws provide protection from false advertisement, misleading claims about price or quality, and deceptive claims about the purpose of a product or service.
The laws in NJ are especially strict regarding consumer purchases. The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act protects victims, like you, who have been misled by unscrupulous people who are trying to get you to spend your hard-earned money. Many types of consumer fraud, including misleading advertisements that essentially “bait” customers but “switch” the price tag or product at point of sale, lead to financial problems and physical injuries (if the products are constructed poorly).Common Types of NJ Consumer Fraud
Lemon Law: New and used cars and motorcycles are covered by this consumer protection law. You may be entitled to a refund if you have purchased a “lemon.”
False Advertising: When a product or service does not perform the way it was advertised, the NJ Department of Consumer Affairs has put protections in place. A consumer protection attorney like Ron Graziano understands the ins and outs of these laws and can help make sure you get exactly what you’ve paid for — plus additional compensation for attorney’s fees if applicable.
Internet Fraud: The web may be a great place to shop when you can’t get to the store –or because you are looking for a “deal.” However, online retailers must follow good business practices. If you have bought a product online and either never received it or received something other than what you expected, talk to an attorney who can help get your money back.
Ponzi Schemes: For some, it’s easy to get lured into the promise of high financial returns from untraditional investments. However, if what you bought into was really “too good to be true,” don’t get caught holding the bill. Hire a consumer protection attorney who will fight on your behalf to hold the other party responsible for taking advantage of you.
Additionally, there are many other things known as “Unconscionable Commercial Practices.” Please contact Ron Graziano to discuss violation of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act.Contact Ron Graziano for a Free Initial Consultation Today
Although the statute of limitations on a consumer fraud claim in New Jersey is six years, it is imperative that you not delay in speaking with an attorney because missing any deadlines could prevent you from bringing a successful claim. An experienced consumer fraud attorney can ensure that all documentation is filed in a timely fashion. NJ Consumer Fraud attorney Ron Graziano is passionate about defending NJ residents against businesses that take their money and fail to provide products and services as promised. Mr. Graziano was a certified trial attorney for over 25 years, so he is prepared to help you win your case. If you are due compensation because of an injury you’ve sustained, significant financial damages due to false claims, or have not received proper return on investment, contact us now.
Graziano & Flynn, P.C., is located in Cherry Hill, NJ. We can be reached day or night on the phone and online. We will fight tirelessly on your behalf to get you compensated fully for your losses.