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Public Fairness Assessment
I went to a 3-day Real Estate workshop with Real Estate Elevated. I signed up for services to make money in real estate. In all, I spent over $26,297. I did not receive the services that were promised. I would like a refund for the money I spent. This occurred in June 17th 2018 . The company stopped calling me when I reached out to them.
  • In my opinion HGTV stars Tarek and Christina El-Moussa should be required to dig into their own pockets to PARTIALLY refund you. Celebrities who enable predatory business models like the Zurixx real estate seminars (now shut down by the FTC and state of Utah) should bear some responsibility for the victims' losses, I emphasize that this is not current law. It's a matter of what is right.
  • There's lack of information to make a decisive solution but from what is given, full refund on valid receipts as proof sounds fair.
  • Seems to be a clear case of customer not receiving what they paid for. Can It be any other way? Full refund
View case on PeopleClaim
RHUCoin reward
Vote: 5 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 500 RHU
Eligibility: Member of the public | 500 Lawyers member | Lawyer / Attorney | Mediator | Real Estate Agent
Poll opened: 11 Aug 2020
Poll closes: 15 Aug 2020
Current jury pool: 26
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
(DevaCurl's products made my hair fall out--they agreed to make a full refund once I returned the product., I returned the product. Nearly 5 months later, they still haven't given me the refund.)
I got a DevaCurl haircut in Dec. and was so excited to use their product to keep my curls going. However, after less than a month I noticed I was losing far more than normal amounts of hair in the shower. Soon after I heard about a class action lawsuit being filed against the company because there was such widespread hair loss among their customers. I immediately stopped using the product and requested a refund.

They told me it wouldn't be a problem to refund me, so I shipped my products back to the company in early March. I emailed them in April to ask about the process of my refund; they responded that it would take 6-8 weeks for it to be processed due to COVID-19.

Despite multiple calls, emails I have still not received the refund. Today, August 3, 2020, I called again and they told me they have no way of knowing when it will be refunded but it could only be issued by check. I have requested that a manager call me back several times. No-one has ever called me back..

I then looked at DevaCurl's Satisfaction Guarantee. DevaCurl states that refunds wil be made back to the card used for the original charge. I called back and insisted on speaking to the return department. This time I reached someone who sounded coherent. She told me that the check had been issued on June 3rd and then voided by DevaCurl on June 9th. Why? No-one knows.

I believe that they were either stringing me along until it was too late to file a chargeback, or they are planning to file bankruptcy due to the lawsuit against them. I want my refund (and compensation) NOW.
  • Refund $54 for product plus $80 compensation for all the time I have wasted following up on this, for a total of $134
  • Refund $54 for product
  • Refund $54 for product plus $80 compensation for all the time I have wasted following up on this, for a total of $134, plus DevaCurl should promise to substantially improve their Customer Service and accuracy of information.
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RHUCoin reward
Vote: 5 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 500 RHU
Eligibility: Member of the public | 500 Lawyers member | ADR Professional (Alternative Dispute Resolution) | Law student / intern | Hair stylists and hair professionals | Beauty bloggers and influencers
Poll opened: 03 Aug 2020
Current jury pool: 48
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
I was unloading a Southeastern freight lines truck. When I started I smelled something, and the driver thought it was a water-tested canoe, but further into the truck we found out it was a pallet of Roundup. That was approx. 45-60 mins. into the unloading. After breathing the fumes I had a raw throat and had issues with my breathing. I went to the comp. doctor and found out my lungs were burnt along with my throat. After 2 years of seeing the doctors, I was told that I had a 50-50 chance of healing. I also have the chance of getting asthma, which I did, and I also got MAC disease which is from my lungs not healing completely. I have to take 3 different antibiotics for the rest of my life to be sure I don't die from this disease!


I have lost wages from the time I miss work due to illness and medical bills that I am not able to pay plus other bills that have fallen behind due to lost time at work.


Doctor’s notes: "Baseline incurable pulmonary infection with intermittent flares of acute illness."
I have lost my immune system and been sick more than normal and have lost wages due to this illness.

Due to the injury and after effects of this I am not able to get long-term or short-term disability insurance.

The disease has not changed from last year but the medication has put a strain on my heart so now I need to see a heart specialist. Still missing work due to illness, but make too much for SSD.
  • $422,000 damages, wages, medical to date, plus future losses TBD
  • $2 million for lifetime damages, lost wages, medical expenses
  • Monsanto should agree to negotiate settlement according to the formula used by lawyers to calculate lifetime damages and lost earnings.
  • Monsanto and Southeastern Freight Lines should split the cost of lifetime health and earnings compensation to the victim, if the Roundup spill is established as a reasonable and likely cause of permanent lung damage and infection.
RHUCoin reward
Vote: 15 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 1,500 RHU
Eligibility: Member of the public | 500 Lawyers member | Arbitrator | Law Professors | Lawyer / Attorney | Mediator
Poll opened: 10 May 2019
Poll closes: 30 Jun 2019
Current jury pool: 125
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
(Special needs child and mom with MS fighting for 1 full year to be properly credited, now with health affected stress)
"My son was awarded a grant from Achieva Family Trust in Pittsburgh PA because he has autism to cover the price of vitamins and supplements he takes for 2 years. He is under the care of one of Pittsburgh's leading and world renown developmental pediatricians. The doctor is often very booked up so our appointments can be scattered months apart. He told me what supplements to order for my son, by the next time I saw him, I said I had placed the order (paid for by Achieva Family Trust) through Amazon.

He was extremely concerned and advised me to never ever order anything vitamins or anything you consume from Amazon because he was almost certain that the integrity of products had been compromised in a trade deal with China. I was so upset to hear this because by this time, my son had been taking these things for about 3 months. I stopped giving my son (5) the items from Amazon immediately, and sent them back.

There were many orders issued separately with various order numbers. I returned them in a box with copies of my order numbers, but also took a pic of the opened box before I sealed it, and I took a pic of the UPS return label for my records.

Amazon has only credited back for the Culturelly (137). They have not credited back for the fish oil, melatonin, or cal mag zinc supplement which should be around $700. It has literally been 1 full year of me fighting to get credited back to Achieva's account, so I can then have the items ordered again, but this time, direct from the vitamins manufacturers, NEVER AGAIN FROM AMAZON.

I call Amazon, or talk to reps via chat and am on with them no less than 1 hour. They finally claim to see my issue, they can see the photos I've sent, confirmation, but then at the end, they tell me because Achieva paid for the items, for security, they have to speak to someone from Achieva. I explain this to reps at Achieva (Jennifer Stover). She told me she called them, and was told there is nothing to credit.

How can I be told one thing by Amazon, they are ready to issue the credit but just need Achieva to verify the account for security, then when (IF) achieva calls, nothing!

I myself have Multiple Sclerosis and dealing with this nightmare over the past year has been beyond stressful, aggrevating and to me is illegal. My CHILD was taking what may have been a fake placebo. I do not want to be a whistleblower but what else is a mother to do?? I just want what my son is entitled to, and now because of this nightmare, I do want pain and suffering for the hours I have spent trying to get this resolved over the past year."
  • 10,700, $10,000 settlement is for mother living with multiple sclerosis having dealt with this back and forth with amazon online, on the phone explaining, and emailing, repeating the same issue, causing emotional distress, which can lead to an MS flareup, plus $700 the missing amount of supplements returned that were never credited on sons behalf
  • $5000 settlement for the products and pain, suffering, and emotional distress
  • $1000, horrilble customer service being given to an amazon customer (since 2005), plus missing product credit worth.
  • Amazon should refund the full cost of all unopened supplements that were returned per whatever return policy they have. However, it doesn't owe you for any that your son had been using. If you go to Shake Shack and eat a burger, you can't then ask for a refund on the grounds that "someone told me it was really meat from Burger King." If you had the supplements tested and found they were fake, then, and only then, you would have a case.
View case on PeopleClaim
RHUCoin reward
Vote: 15 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 1,500 RHU
Eligibility: 500 Lawyers member | ADR Professional (Alternative Dispute Resolution) | Law Professors | Lawyer / Attorney
Poll opened: 31 Mar 2019
Poll closes: 06 Apr 2019
Current jury pool: 123
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
Westland Auto Sales are Lying Cheats that will rob you then repossess your vehicle while you sleep.
The first thing they did was raise the price of the vehicle $1000 more than the advertised price. The second thing was they increased the downpayment required after they already had the original agreed upon down payment. Third and most downright dirtiest of doing business, was the truck I bought blew a motor rod 2 months after I bought it which rendered the truck useless, when I brought the truck back they offered to finance a used engine with 130000 miles on it for $3000.00 and I had to come up with $1500 before they would do anything. The fourth and last of the dirty deeds this place did to me was during the contract they charged me for the new tags $310 up front. Two months later, I found out they never paid the money to the DMV, forcing me to go and do it myself. When I complained to the Accounts manager, she said she would take it off my next payment. So, three months after purchase I paid the tags costing me $361 and my payment was $450 a month. Keep in mind the truck is broken down still. So, I owed $89 still on my payment. Them jerks came and repossessed the truck while I slept causing me to not be able to go to work on Sunday and they were not even open until Monday. So now I have paid $3211 for a broken truck that I no longer have and paid the tags on it twice. When I called Monday they said I would have to pay $1150 to get it back. I have never been treated so badly at any business in my life and as long as I live I will tell everyone I know how terrible this business is to its customers.
  • Refund of all money collected and compensation for lost time.
  • The contract was not upheld by Westland Autosales and thus the customer should be refunded of all extra expenses paid. A thorough investigation should also be made of Westland Autosales' to determine if similar cases exist.
  • Westland Auto Sales repossessed your car for $89 missing from your payment? If that's accurate and you hadn't missed any other payments, then they should return your car and forgive any repossession fees, due to the tag and rod issues.
RHUCoin reward
Vote: 15 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 1,500 RHU
Eligibility: Member of the public | 500 Lawyers member | ADR Professional (Alternative Dispute Resolution) | Arbitrator | Law student / intern | Lawyer / Attorney | Legal bloggers and media
Poll opened: 30 Mar 2019
Poll closes: 31 Mar 2019
Current jury pool: 63
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
(Purchased rebuilt engine with 12 month/12,000 mile warranty. Less than 2,500 miles and 3 months later engine is defective.. Warranty is useless.)
Purchased rebuilt engine from Mabbco on 8/17/2018. Mabbco states 12 month/12,000 mile warranty. Engine was installed by Stanford Motors, Vernon, AL.

Less than 2,500 miles and 3 months later engine is defective. Local Chrysler dealership says camshaft is worn away. Engine is not road worthy. Top speed about 35 MPH.

Made multiple attempts to reconcile with Mabbco for repair. Mr. Byron Moore, President, says they cannot pay for repair unless at their shop. This makes the warranty useless. Also he makes disclaimer of camshaft warranty, along with any other parts, including the engine itself.

Basically, engine is sold "as is", even though a 12 month/ 12,000 mile warranty is stated both as advertising and sales incentive.

Mabbco now blocks my emails.

While at first I was satisfied with just repair of the camshaft, now I want nothing to do with Mabbco. Require my full payment of $2,045 back plus expenses to ship engine back and my costs of dealing with this unprofessional, fraudulent company.

Also, I would be interested in others who have had similar problems with Mabbco contacting me.

Unfair practice - Believe that Mabbco's disclaimer of implied warranties and disclaimer of warranty of mechantability is both unethical and illegal. Also believe Mabbcos statement of 12 month/ 12,000 mile warranty is misrepresentation and fraudulent advertising.

Warranty problem - Engine does not work. Stanford Motors and I followed installation and break in procedures to the letter.
  • Refund cost of engine plus cost of installation and removal, diagnosis, repairs, shipping, fees, my time - total $6,890.96
  • Offer repair ex gratia to accept responsibility.
  • MABBCO should pay for repair of the defective engine in Alabama by a reputable mechanic. MABBCO states on its website that it ships "coast to coast." Given that its customary business is long distance, it is in my opinion deceptive at best to offer a warranty that would require the engine to be removed, re-shipped both ways, and re-installed. Such a warranty is useless, as it would be cost-prohibitive to actually use it. I sympathize with the claimant's feelings, but I think repair near the claimant's home is a more reasonable solution.
RHUCoin reward
Vote: 15 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 7,500 RHU
Eligibility: Member of the public | ADR Professional (Alternative Dispute Resolution) | Arbitrator | Law student / intern | Lawyer / Attorney | Mediator | Auto Mechanic / Service Technician | Automotive blogger /journalist
Poll opened: 27 Jan 2019
Poll closes: 29 Jan 2019
Current jury pool: 110
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
(National Health Agents violated FTC and FCC rules about telemarketing, Do Not Call lists, and robocalling)
I received a call I believed to be from a local business. It turned out to be a robocalling company using a 'spoofed' number to try to sell me a health insurance policy. I pressed the appropriate buttons to agree that no, I was not on Medicare, and yes, I needed health insurance, so that I could get through to a live agent.

The person I eventually spoke to, George, was not a scammer from a different country (like a "Microsoft Tech" scammer) or one of those creepy robotic voices in local accents that are generated by people pushing buttons to get you to make "charitable donations.".

George is a clearly educated American, pitching real insurance policies. He readily told me which company he works for (National Health Agents) and where to find their website and phone number.

Both the US Federal Trade Commission and the US Federal Communications Commission forbid National Health Agents from calling me.

a) Sales calls made via robocalling are subject to penalties of $1500 (soon to be more) and
b) calling someone on the FTC Do Not Call list is subject to penalties of up to $40,000 per violation.

The FCC and the FTC try hard to fight this hydra-headed monster, but their process is slow. Our phone companies could help, but don't. No-one dares answer their own phones any more because illegal sales calls and scam calls are so prevalent. I'm now getting angry voice messages and texts from people who think *I* am calling them - my own number is being spoofed by these creeps.

It is time for all phone-owners to go after unethical businesses and make it unprofitable for them to break the law by masking their illegal activities. Yes, I want them to pay me for my time and for infringing on my "right to be left alone," and essentially robbing me of the phone service I pay dearly for. Anyone who owns a phone should want the same thing for themselves.

I'm done with advice to never answer my own phone. I'm done with having MY NUMBER used to illegally call other people.
  • $500 in compensation, plus the name of its lead generation company that uses robocalling, if it's an outside company.
  • $1,500 in compensation, plus the name of its lead generation company that uses robocalling, if it's an outside company.
  • $1 million to be paid to the FTC as prize money for its annual competition seeking a solution for this kind of call.
View case on PeopleClaim
RHUCoin reward
Vote: 15 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Eligibility: Member of the public | 500 Lawyers member | ADR Professional (Alternative Dispute Resolution) | Law student / intern | 500 Tech Leaders member | Blogger | News Reporter | Insurance agent
Poll opened: 01 Jan 2019
Current jury pool: 174
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
The dispute is I telephone Title Max on Saturday 12/15/18, informed the REP that I would be in on Wed. 12-19-18, after I left my Dr.'s Office from the Follow-Up visit, pertaining to my surgery that I had on 12-12-18. No Problem per the REP., I would be in to pay the bill. The weather turned bad RAINING, I was not going to chance my health with a relapse, so I called to inform the REP (Angie) that I would go online and make the payment, she gave me the website, made the payment on my cell phone and got a confirmation #. The next day when I check my bank account, I notice a negative, along with a duplicate payment for Title Max. I had to file a complaint with the bank to dispute the issues, it took about 3 days or more to be credited back to my account. The real issue is someone or the computer should have notice two duplicate payments repeated one Wed 12/19/18 and the next payment 12/20/18. No one would make that BIG mistake
  • TitleMax should credit you with the bank overdraft charges and check its system. I'm not clear as to how the duplicate payment was made - did the representative make it online for you, as well as you making it? A title loan company needs to be particularly careful about duplicate payments since its customers are likely short of cash, and any duplicate payment will probably create a shortfall in the customer's bank account, potentially leading to other payments bouncing. While the company wouldn't want to stop someone from making extra payments, an extra payment should trigger a notice: "You have already made a payment for this period. Are you sure you want to make another?"
  • If the double payment was a website or agent error and not due to an error by the customer, Title Max should reimburse its customer for all overdraft or bounced check fees plus pay $100 to the claimant for the aggravation.
  • I guess this issue must have happened because of an error while doing an online transfer or bad internet which might have caused the transaction page to refresh and repeat the transaction. Solution: A third party software with blockchain technology could be implemented in bank wherein the customers can pay the bills in a stable coin crypto and duplicate transactions could be avoided and a very fast transaction can be made within seconds to bank.
RHUCoin reward
Vote: 15 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 4,500 RHU
Eligibility: Member of the public
Poll opened: 29 Dec 2018
Poll closes: 19 Jan 2019
Current jury pool: 95
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
(Access to our Entire 1/2 acre Property)
We purchased a property in February 2018. We contracted with First American Title Insurance Company to insure access to all of our property (as per their contract). However, after purchasing the property we learned that we do not have access to all of our 1/2 acre property. We have a large 40 foot bus and a large 24 foot trailer and a large 10 foot box truck that we could not get into or out of our back yard - due to a legal issue that we were not made aware of by First American Title Insurance Company (FATIC). After filing a claim with FATIC, they informed us that they knew about a License Agreement that was in place with previous owners. We received notice from Habitat for Humanity that this License Agreement was cancelled just months after we purchased the property. We had no access to our 1/2 acre property until we did some major remodeling to our property, at a substantial cost of close to $50,000. I hired and attorney who filed complaints and responses to First American Title Company - and they denied the claim. They need to reimburse me for the access amount of $50,000, or they need to reimburse me for the entire property $329,000. I have several photos, I have several documents to validate my claim.
  • The sellers and the title company (FATIC) both failed to disclose a known problem. They should agree to split the cost of remedying the problem and reimburse the buyer.
  • If at the conclusion of the contract you knew about the restrictions, then you will not pay anything. If facts are hidden from you, then you are entitled to a compensation of $ 50,000.
View case on PeopleClaim
RHUCoin reward
Vote: 15 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 7,500 RHU
Eligibility: 500 Lawyers member | ADR Professional (Alternative Dispute Resolution) | Arbitrator | Judge | Jury Expert | Law Professors | Law student / intern
Poll opened: 13 Dec 2018
Current jury pool: 85
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
Who would purchase a product or service & not know the cost? That's exactly what Home Advisor wants me to do. Home Advisor offers what they refer to as opportunity leads, we have a option to to accept or decline a lead. Previously they would post the price of the lead before we would accept a lead. Presently we must accept the lead without knowing the cost.
Just a little background on Home Advisor they are currently being sued in a class action law suit for fraud by Chimicles & Tikellis attorneys at law. Phone # 1-866-399-2487
AR James Contracting
Sussex NJ. 07461
  • $500.00 Refund
  • No award / compensation to counterparty.
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RHUCoin reward
Vote: 15 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 7,500 RHU
Eligibility: Member of the public | Legal Professional | Home Owner | Real Estate Agent | Consumer / citizen | Home Improvement Contractor
Poll opened: 06 Dec 2018
Current jury pool: 144
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
(Toyota Of Longview did not negotiate fairly)
Deceptive sales practices that are against Toyota Of Longview's advertised addemdum of quick, fair, and transparent pricing.

They changed the starting MSRP of a vehicle in negotiation without my knowledge or consent to said change in order to offset giving me a higher trade allowance.
  • This is a common sales tactic designed to make you think you’re getting a better deal than you are. It sounds to me as if the claimant didn’t take the deal but is furious about the deception. Good for him (or her). I suggest that the claimant docoments the problem to the FTC and the state board regulating dealerships (often the DMV). As a constructive solution, I suggest that Toyota of Longview pays the claimant for time wasted at the dealership - probably 5-6 hours - at $50/ hour.
  • Was the Claimant content to pay the net price, the discounted price, for the vehicle he bought. Trade-in is merely a justification for a discount. The interesting thing is what you pay for what you want. Toyota should offer an ex-gratia payment for their mishandling - and an apology.
RHUCoin reward
Vote: 15 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 7,500 RHU
Eligibility: Law student / intern | Legal bloggers and media | Automotive blogger /journalist
Poll opened: 20 Nov 2018
Current jury pool: 104
Status: Voting in progress
Public Fairness Assessment
(Michael J. Mondin has not paid the rent, utilities and other costs he has acknowledged he owes me.)
Claimant says she added Michael J Mondin to her lease in Colorado while she was working overseas. Mr. Mondin agreed to pay the full rent and utilities for six months, plus the cost of a parking space added to the lease for his sole convenience. Mr. Mondin vacated the apartment without notice, disclosure, or communication, and owing substantial rent, utility and parking costs. Claimant incurred further losses by having to vacate her overseas rental early and fly home to investigate the situation. She filed a PeopleClaim on November 21, 2017.

Michael J. Mondin disputed some items on the PeopleClaim – internet and parking charges – but offered to settle the claim for $3,348 less a $700 security deposit = $2,648, with payment to be made in full by Feb. 1, 2018. The claimant agreed to that offer. However, the agreed settlement has never been paid, according to the claimant, and she believes it was made in bad faith. Michael J. Mondin left his job in Colorado and has not responded to mail sent to his family home in Orange, Connecticut. Original claim and response posted at http://www.peopleclaim.com/complaint-details/michael-j-mondin-boulder-co-5308256.

The claimant has since incurred a further $500 in credit card interest on Michael J. Mondin's unpaid debt.
  • Michael J. Mondin should pay claimant settlement of $2,648 that he offered in February, plus $500 in interest charges incurred. Total settlement $3,148.
  • Claimant should add 30% in fees to agreed settlement and turn Michael J. Mondin's debt over to a collection agency.
  • Michael J. Mondin should pay unpaid rent, utilities and landlord's travel in the amount of 3,355.99 as originally requested.
RHUCoin reward
Vote: 15 RHU
Consensus bonus: 20 RHU
Total RHUCoin pool: 7,500 RHU
Eligibility: Member of the public | 500 Lawyers member | ADR Professional (Alternative Dispute Resolution) | Arbitrator | Judge | Landlord
Poll opened: 20 Nov 2018
Poll closes: 28 Dec 2018
Current jury pool: 168
Status: Voting in progress
Is Hillstone Restaurant Group, which includes Houston's, Hillstone, and R+D Kitchen, the worst company in America?
Voting Results:
Poll opened: 06 May 2020
Poll closed on: 21 Aug 2020
Voters: 55
Total RHUCoin awarded: 790 RHU
Status: Closed
Michael Robinson vs IMVU Inc.
Voting Results:
View case on PeopleClaim
Poll opened: 03 Sep 2019
Poll closed on: 22 Jun 2020
Voters: 96
Total RHUCoin awarded: 1,920 RHU
Status: Closed
RW vs. ADT Security Systems Inc.
Voting Results:
Poll opened: 30 Apr 2019
Poll closed on: 09 Sep 2019
Voters: 100
Total RHUCoin awarded: 2,320 RHU
Status: Closed
What will be the Stellar price be on January 1st, 2020 ?
Voting Results:
Poll opened: 28 Apr 2019
Poll closed on: 21 Aug 2020
Voters: 91
Total RHUCoin awarded: 1,755 RHU
Status: Closed
What will the price of Bitcoin be in January, 2020?
Voting Results:
Poll opened: 30 Mar 2019
Poll closed on: 21 Aug 2020
Voters: 160
Total RHUCoin awarded: 4,030 RHU
Status: Closed
Which cryptocurrency will perform best in 2019?
Voting Results:
Poll opened: 05 Sep 2018
Poll closed on: 17 Aug 2020
Voters: 358
Total RHUCoin awarded: 4,335 RHU
Status: Closed
Should illegal aliens be allowed to vote in U.S. elections?
Voting Results:
Poll opened: 24 Jul 2018
Poll closed on: 31 Aug 2018
Voters: 288
Total RHUCoin awarded: 3,645 RHU
Status: Closed
Taken for a ride by Uber
Voting Results:
View case on PeopleClaim
Poll opened: 27 Jun 2018
Poll closed on: 17 Aug 2020
Voters: 393
Total RHUCoin awarded: 4,295 RHU
Status: Closed
Guest vs. Hyatt Place Louisville East
Voting Results:
View case on PeopleClaim
Poll opened: 21 Jun 2018
Poll closed on: 17 Aug 2020
Voters: 355
Total RHUCoin awarded: 3,485 RHU
Status: Closed
Customer vs. Stack Creations, Bangalore, India
Voting Results:
View case on PeopleClaim
Poll opened: 14 Jun 2018
Poll closed on: 17 Aug 2020
Voters: 365
Total RHUCoin awarded: 4,830 RHU
Status: Closed
Claimant vs. Testarossa Motors, League City, Texas
Voting Results:
View case on PeopleClaim
Poll opened: 05 Jun 2018
Poll closed on: 05 Jul 2018
Voters: 352
Total RHUCoin awarded: 3,445 RHU
Status: Closed
Should cryptocurrency be regulated as a security?
Voting Results:
Poll opened: 27 Apr 2018
Poll closed on: 05 Jun 2018
Voters: 1547
Total RHUCoin awarded: 24,515 RHU
Status: Closed

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