DECEMBER 1, 2019. IVELJIC SUCCESSFULLY RESOLVES DISPUTE AGAINST CREDIT CARD COMPANY

Mag Mile Law Partner Mario M. Iveljic successfully resolved a fraud dispute with a credit card company in our client’s favor. Mag Mile Law’s client was the victim of identity theft, as someone obtained our client’s personal information, visited a local jewelry store, opened a line of credit, and charged thousands of dollars in our client’s name for jewelry. Our client disputed the charges with the jewelry store and credit card company, but was unsuccessful. She then called Mag Mile Law and, 1 month later, we successfully convinced the credit card company to write off the charges due to fraud, and immediately close the line of credit.

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