(PRWEB) August 11, 2006
Paul Bezaire, a.k.a. "The Rebel," has announced that his latest book, "How I Sued PayPal and Won," is now available. The book uses real-life examples from his involvement in the Los Angeles Superior Courts to illustrate how he and others were able to win their lawsuit against this corporate giant.
"I know PayPal has millions of satisfied customers," Bezaire said. "But according to the most recent information available, they still have over 100,000 unresolved cases. Many customers have legitimate reasons to sue the company. However, most are often not knowledgeable enough to successfully file a lawsuit. I have written this book to illustrate that anyone can recover what is rightfully theirs by taking advantage of their State Small Claims Court."
Bezaire sued PayPal in 2004 (Case #: SM 04A0 1557) when the company failed to honor its money-back guarantee on defective merchandise. Bezaire was able to see beyond what he calls in his book "smoke and mirror tricks" practiced by PayPal and win a judgment of $159 plus costs, for a total of $202. Bezaire’s nephew was ready to abandon his fight of recovering $1,424 he claimed PayPal owed him. By chance, someone told him about his Uncle Paul’s website which related, in detail, how he fought PayPal and won. Following his uncle’s procedures he filed his own lawsuit (Case #: LC 05S01609) against Paypal and quickly recovered the money owed to him.
"How I Sued PayPal and Won" is published by Trafford and is available for $14.95. To order, please visit http://www.trafford.com/. It is also available from Amazon.com
About the Author: Paul Bezaire, a.k.a. The Rebel, has spent many years rebelling against establishment unfair situations. His book "The Rebel," soon to be published by Trafford, will show how he has successfully fought politicians, lawyers and bureaucrats. Other books by Bezaire include "The Man Who Sued God," "The Cybernetic Athlete Golf Edition," "The Cybernetic Athlete Bowling Edition" and "Pay No More Parking Tickets."
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