Looking to sue Truist? Small claims court is an option, and you may have others…
At FairShake we’ve helped thousands of people ripped off by big companies like Truist. And we’ve helped get millions of dollars in settlement offers…
Tired of hitting dead ends when trying to get a refund from Truist? Feeling like there’s nowhere to turn?
You’re not alone. It seems like many people have tried all the Truist customer service options, but still feel unheard.
There are different ways to file a complaint against Truist, but none have the same power and leverage as taking legal action.
So, if you’re thinking of suing Truist, where do you even start? You might expect there to be tons of class action lawsuits against them, but it’s often more complicated than that.
What many people don’t know is that hidden clauses buried deep within their contracts frequently allow companies like Truist to push legal claims into the private realm of consumer arbitration, away from conventional courts.
But here’s the thing: your Truist contract doesn’t have the power to take away your right to pursue legal action by suing them.
Here’s what you can do…
Learn more about the consumer arbitration process here.
If you’re ready to sue Truist in Small Claims Court, read on below:
Ready to sue SunTrust in small claims court? First you need to make sure your case qualifies. Small claims courts are reserved for certain types of claims. There are two things you need to pay attention to:
If your claim doesn’t fall within the limits of your state’s small claims court, you’ll have to arbitrate your claim instead.
If you would like examples of demand letters or more information about how to write them, you can find an excellent guide here.
When you’re done filling out the court forms, it’s time to give those forms to the court through a legal process called “filing”.
All courts will require you to pay a filing fee in order to sue SunTrust in small claims (or anyone else). The amount should be posted on you court website. It can sometimes be waved if you are a low income plaintiff.
Once done, the clerk will stamp them and give you back your copies.
Sometimes, SunTrust will not show up to oppose you, other times they will. Sometimes the judge will make a ruling the same day, sometimes it will take weeks.
Ready to sue SunTrust in small claims court?
If this sounds too hard and expensive, try consumer arbitration instead…