I had a store credit of 2,000 to a store with (no exper. date) and the store changed owners but kept the same name. I was never notified of the change and they refuse to honor my store credit are they allowed to do that and who should if not who should I take action against previous owner or the current owner..
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: store credit
You have to see if the new owner bought the old business or just opened a store in the old store's address. IF he bought the old business you may have a claim. If he opened a new business, then you have no case.
If you cannot reach an accomadation then you must sue them in small claim court.
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