This is What Fraud Looks Like

This cashier’s check is fake.

I received a phone call from a potential client, Jeffrey Miller (not his real name), who allegedly had settled an employment discrimination and harassment claim against Walgreens for $101,580.00. It had been about a month since the settlement, and he hadn’t received the funds. He claimed that Walgreens’ told him that because of COVID-19, everything was put on hold. He wanted to retain my firm to get paid without further delay.

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3 Ways (Actually 6 Things) To Help YOU Find The Right Lawyer!

For those of you looking for the right lawyer to help you with your legal challenge, these two videos are for you. Start here 😉

The earlier video I mentioned is here. Good luck!

“What Businesses Need To Know About The New California Consumer Privacy Act?”

Earlier today I had the opportunity to join top influencer and online biz strategist, Kim Garst, on her live video show (watch the recorded show here).

The topic was…

“What Businesses Need To Know About The New California Consumer Privacy Act?”

If you’re selling products or services in California or, advertising your products and services to California consumers (this includes Google ads, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media platforms), I think you’ll find this show helpful.

Our talking points included:

#1: What is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?…

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