President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen is hoping to scuttle a nondisclosure agreement with adult film star Stormy Daniels and get his money back. Cohen and his shell company, Essential Consultants, are seeking to avoid further litigation over the deal, which Cohen said was negotiated on Trump’s behalf so Daniels wouldn’t disclose their alleged affair during the presidential election, CNN was the first to report.But Daniel’s attorney, Michael Avenatti, blasted the move as part of a strategy to keep Trump and Cohen from being disposed in the case and possibly be forced to reveal other stealth payments to quiet other damaging information.“What they’re trying to do is they don’t want me to get a chance to depose Michael Cohen and Donald Trump,” Avenatti said on CNN’s “Cuomo Prime Time” Friday night. He called it a “Hail Mary to try and avoid that, that’s my first guess.”RELATED: … [Read more...] about Trump’s ex-attorney Michael Cohen seeks to tear up Stormy Daniels deal, get hush money back
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eHomes owner and director Victoria Steele. Landlords say they are owed thousands of pounds by her company. Photo: Archant ©Archant Photographic 2010 Police have launched a fraud probe after an estate agent disappeared owing thousands of pounds. An EDP investigation in June 2018 revealed landlords were owed thousands of pounds by the estate agent eHomes in Swaffham. Image: ArchantBut frustrated victims said detectives had not contacted them despite reporting the allegations to national hotline Action Fraud more than three months ago. Around 40 people and groups, including a landlord recovering from cancer and a Methodist church, claim they are owed money by Swaffham estate agent eHomes Limited. An investigation by this newspaper in June found landlords had not been paid rent by eHomes and tenants’ deposits had not been secured in protection schemes as required by law. It left some of them thousands of pounds out of pocket. The firm’s director and sole shareholder … [Read more...] about Landlords owed thousands by estate agent find no way to get money back
Video PUBLISHED: 12:31 04 May 2018 | UPDATED: 12:31 04 May 2018 Ann Lown and her husband Michael lost half of their money through the Taylor brothers. PHOTO: Simon Finlay Financial advisors the Taylor brothers are in jail for a £17m fraud. But their victims are still owed hundreds of thousands of pounds. Some have even been forced to sell their homes to offset the losses. Alan Taylor, left, and Russell Taylor, carried out the fraud from 2008 to 2015. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY They wanted a safe investment to see them through retirement. But instead the money of more than 200 savers was secretly put into some of the most high-risk schemes on the market by the financial advisors they had trusted for years. On Thursday, Norfolk brothers Alan and Russell Taylor began six and five year prison sentences respectively for the fraud which ran from 2008 to 2015. David Constable was one of the first customers of Taylor and Taylor Associates to realise something was wrong in early 2015. … [Read more...] about Fight goes on for Taylor brothers’ victims to get their money back
Most Android users probably already know that the Google Play Store allows you to test every app for 15 minutes. It’s very easy to request a refund within that period - you just open the Play Store, and instead of the ‘Remove’ app button, you have a ‘Refund’ option, tap it and you’re done.What about those times that you just missed that time window for a few minutes, though? Did you know that you can actually get your money back for an app even after those first 15 minutes have passed? It’s reasonable - after all, some apps are just too complicated to get a good grasp of within just 15 minutes, and even those who try to do it in a rush might run out of time. Luckily, you indeed can. Google has what seems like an automated procedure to refund you for apps even after the first 15 minutes. This is a change from earlier times when a refund request would open a dispute and get the app developer involved in this. Recent findings by Android Police, … [Read more...] about Did you know that you can get your money back for purchased Android apps even after the official 15-minute Google Play refund period?
So let's say that for one reason or another, be it an honest mistake or an impulse purchase, you buy an Android app that you don't really want or need. What do you do to get your money back? If you act quickly, you can always go back to the app's page and hit that "Uninstall & Refund" button. You get your money back without the need to explain what made you change your mind. This, however, works for no longer than 15 minutes after you buy the software in question. Yet the folks at Android Central have learned about a way of getting a refund on an Android app purchase past that 15 minute time window. In their guide, they refer to section 3.4 of the Android Developer Distribution agreement, which states: So yeah, you can request a refund on an app within 48 hours after you purchase it, and here is how you do that: Open the Google Play store, log in using your credentials, scroll all the way to the bottom of the page and follow the "My Orders & Settings" link Now find … [Read more...] about Bought an app you don’t want? Here is how to get your money back