i was in talks with max law, somehow the...

Asked by Ronaldo on 26-10-2021 18:55:19
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape

i was in talks with max law, somehow the call cut after i had given them some info but not concent to debit from me. Out of the blue i get a notification that i approved a debt order from them. I would like to cancel that. 

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 30-10-2021 14:27:16

Hi there,

I see that you haven't made a payment for the question, but I'm going to assist you a little. If you want to ask a follow-up question, please make the required payment.

MaxLaw Credit is a company that assists South Africans listed with Judgments, Admin Orders, Garnishee Orders, Defaults and those Under Debt Review. Essentially, they offer debt relief assistance. 

If you sign up with MaxLaw, you need to understand what you are signing up for, because some of the legal processes are very difficult to reverse! 

In order to cancel your MaxLaw service, you will need to contact MaxLaw directly and give them notice to cancel. 

Their call centre telephone number is 087 230 0200.

They also have offices as follows - 

276 Durban Road, Tyger Valley, Golden Manor Building, Ground Floor, Stellenbosch, Cape Town

021 880 6675

391 Anton Lembede Street, Suite 1004, Metropolitan Life building, Durban, 

031 410 0000

Menlyn Office Park 3, 223 Gobie Street, Newlands, Pretoria, 1st Floor, Northside, Gauteng

012 110 4036

Some of their services have a monthly fee, and you must remember that in terms of the Consumer Protection Act, you are entitled to cancel any fixed term contract by giving the supplier (MaxLaw) 20 business days' notice of cancellation. 

Att. Patrick 

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