- Report: #275206
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: PeoplePC, Inc.
PeoplePC, Inc.P.O. Box 26909, San Francisco, CA 94126-0909 San Fransico, California U.S.A.
PeoplePC, Inc. Class Action Lawsuit and, State Attorney General's Office-Wire Fraud San Fransico California
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I'm a former paralegal with background in class actions, having been a plaintiff myself in a large Class Action suit in New Jersey. The State Attorney General's office in each state, and the State of California should be the first step in a Coordinated effort to document a consistent pattern on the behalf of PeoplePC, which would hopfully establish a basis for a Class Action lawsuit on behalf of ALL members of the Class (those being screwed by peoplepc and anyone who may have been screwed in the past) for damage's to "restore" us to a condition before we met PeoplePC.
This isn't intended to discuss the theory behind Class Action lawsuits, nor the process to build up a pattern of fraud on behalf of PeoplePC, but to suggest a strategy to get results. PeoplePc is what's known as a "Deep Pockets" defendent(plenty of cash) and one who would provide a good prospect for a lawfirm to handle the case, as PeoplePC can be made to bear the burden of the legal fee's for the case. A possible "win-win" for everyone but PeoplePC.
Wenonah, New Jersey
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/18/2007 02:19 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/PeoplePC-Inc/San-Fransico-California-94126-0909/PeoplePC-Inc-Class-Action-Lawsuit-and-State-Attorney-Generals-Office-Wire-Fraud-San-Fr-275206. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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