ADVERTISING MATERIAL: North Carolina residents that travel to South Carolina to enter into car title loans may be entitled to compensation under the North Carolina Consumer Finance Act. Many North Carolinians have traveled to South Carolina to enter into car title loans. Those car title loans for North Carolinians are restricted in the amount of annual interest that can be charged under North Carolina law. A loan agreement in violation of the North Carolina Consumer Finance statute may entitle a North Carolina resident to bring legal action. The law firm of KD Trial Lawyers. is currently litigating this issue in the South Carolina Federal court. If you are a North Carolina resident and you think you have been the victim of a title loan that is in violation of the North Carolina Consumer Finance Act, please email Tom Killoren or call (864) 660-0465 for more information.
You may wish to consult your lawyer or another lawyer instead of us. You may obtain information about other lawyers by consulting directories, seeking the advice of others, or calling the South Carolina Bar Lawyer Referral Service at (864) 660-0465 in Columbia or toll free at (864) 660-0465. If you have already engaged a lawyer in connection with the legal matter referred to in this communication, you should direct any questions you have to that lawyer.
The exact nature of your legal situation will depend on many facts not known to us at this time. You should understand that the advice and information in this communication is general and that your own situation may vary.
ANY COMPLAINTS ABOUT THIS COMMUNICATION OR THE REPRESENTATION OF ANY LAWYER MAY BE DIRECTED TO THE COMMISSION ON LAWYER CONDUCT, 1220 SENATE STREET, SUITE 305, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 29201-TELEPHONE NUMBER (864) 660-0465.
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