I purchased a course for $256.50 on 11/18/2011 from this Internet business @ www.jurisdictionary.com, owner Frederick D. Graves. He claimed personal to me that the course was going to teach how to file a post-trial motion and a memorandum; however, after going through his course nothing was mentioned about how to do what I needed to do. I then returned the course. The so called shyster lawyer has confirmed that he received my course, but refuses to give me a refund. In fact, he mentions nothing to the BBB about having the returned course in his possession. Instead, he falsely accuses me of trying to get the course free and access his website free.
In fact, besides not having time to defraud him and get useless free stuff, I want nothing to do from him or his website, and only accessed it when I received the course. To my disappointment it was only a waste of my time. I went by what he said, but was absolutely not true. I also have spent a great deal of money on California Civil Procedures, and a great deal of time doing law library research. It is true what I learned first when I attended law school, the professors teach the students in Fullerton, CA, how to find "deep pockets." Thus what should be an elite and a privilege profession representing the law, it is used as a medium for making money, as this lawyer has proved.
One last time he has also proved that if you one a reliable product or service and good customer service, you don't want to purchase from vendors in Florida. Because every time I purchased anything from Florida, if it is not what I expected, the only way to get my money back is with a dispute, and not even this way with this vendor. I have a receipt of the return product, and many email from him telling me about the product. In fact, the first time I talked to him on the phone, I inadvertedly, interrupted him, and he just told me to "shut up." His rudeness tells the whole story, because no professional tells his prospective client to shut up. Beware, if you don't like his product, when you purchase it, you can "kiss" your money goodbye.