Invitation Homes wants Kevin Shaw to pay $3,600 for breaking the lease on his apartment, even though it told him he could do it. Now, a year and a half later, it’s sending his case to a collection agency. Can this late bill be fixed? “Can Invitation Homes charge him $3,600 for breaking the lease?”
From a distance, the paper notice from Bright House Networks looked like one of those “room service please” notices you hang on your hotel room entrance. It was carelessly affixed to our front door knob one afternoon, with the hole slightly ripped, as if someone had hastily placed it there and then bolted.
“Uh-oh, I owe Bright House Networks $430 – what should I do?”
After Lori Collins cancels her AT&T account, she expects the bills to stop. They don’t, and now the company is sending her account to collections. What can she do?
“Help, AT&T is harassing me – what should I do?”