Expiration Date on a Store Credit
I purchased a rug which proceeded to fall apart. The store acknowledged that it wasn't really a rug but a wall hanging. The defective ''rug'' was returned and they issued a $4,200 credit with a 6-month expiration which I didn't take note of. Now they will not honor the credit nor will they return the defective rug to me as they said it was surrendered to them. Is this legal? I have nothing to show for over $4,200 paid out to this company.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Expiration Date on a Store Credit
You may have a claim if they didn't properly notice you of the limited 6 month time period. A letter from a lawyer might get them to change their tune.
Related Questions & Answers
Invention I have an idea for a new product, what should I do? Asked 2/04/08, 7:41 pm in United States New York Consumer Law
Suing a roofing company I had a new roof done on my house as one part of it was... Asked 1/24/08, 8:56 pm in United States New York Consumer Law
Deframation of charactor I sold a purebred kitten and several months after the sale... Asked 1/17/08, 10:35 pm in United States New York Consumer Law