Legal Question in Consumer Law in California

Refund Request - Time Limit

I requested a refund from a cable company for services never recieved. They never showed up after making appointments three times to have it installed. I requested a refund on this 1-2-04. It still has not been processed despite numerous phone calls and my calls even show up in thier system. Is there a law in California governing how long this can take? How long can they hold on to my money and is there a point where they owe me interest on it.

Thank you.

Asked on 3/16/04, 3:19 pm

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Alvin Tenner Law Office of Alvin G. Tenner
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Re: Refund Request - Time Limit

There is no time limit law as such. However, wait till 4/15 and if no refund, sue in small claims. Good luck.

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Answered on 3/17/04, 12:32 pm

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