Consensus verdicts

Public consensus verdicts rendered by rhucoin network

What is the best solution to America's healthcare cost crisis?
Public verdict: Medicare For All, with or without private insurance options (like BUPA in the UK) (Consensus 34% votes)
Case Type: Public Fairness Assessment
Initiated by: G.M.
Jury voters: 116
Total RHU rewarded: 790 RHU
Did President Trump obstruct justice?
Public verdict: Yes. "The Mueller report describes several acts that satisfy all of the elements for an obstruction charge: conduct that obstructed or attempted to obstruct the truth-finding process, as to which the evidence of corrupt intent and connection to pending proceedings is overwhelming." ~ Statement signed by 688+ former federal prosecutors (Consensus 36% votes)
Case Type: Public Fairness Assessment
Initiated by: S.H.
Jury voters: 138
Total RHU rewarded: 1,200 RHU
Is Hillstone Restaurant Group, which includes Houston's, Hillstone, and R+D Kitchen, the worst company in America?
Public verdict: Hillstone Restaurant Group should provide masks to its staff and require them to wear them. (Consensus 47% votes)
Case Type: Public Fairness Assessment
Initiated by: M.W.
Jury voters: 55
Total RHU rewarded: 790 RHU
Should cryptocurrency be regulated as a security?
Public verdict: Yes (Consensus 55% votes)
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: M.D.
Jury voters: 1547
Total RHU rewarded: 24,515 RHU
Claimant vs. Testarossa Motors, League City, Texas
Public verdict: Dealer should refund $5,266 to the customer and cover his cost of transportation while the car was out of service. (Consensus 32% votes)
View case on PeopleClaim
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: M.D.
Jury voters: 352
Total RHU rewarded: 3,445 RHU
Customer vs. Stack Creations, Bangalore, India
Public verdict: Full refund of purchase price, $1,500 (Consensus 45% votes)
View case on PeopleClaim
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: M.D.
Jury voters: 365
Total RHU rewarded: 4,830 RHU
Guest vs. Hyatt Place Louisville East
Public verdict: Hyatt should pay $771.97 in actual costs and time costs. (Consensus 23% votes)
View case on PeopleClaim
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: M.D.
Jury voters: 355
Total RHU rewarded: 3,485 RHU
Taken for a ride by Uber
Public verdict: Create a complaint channel to deal effectively with all such complaints globally plus $1000 Uber credit for claimant (Consensus 28% votes)
View case on PeopleClaim
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: M.D.
Jury voters: 393
Total RHU rewarded: 4,295 RHU
Should illegal aliens be allowed to vote in U.S. elections?
Public verdict: Never (Consensus 51% votes)
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: G.R.
Jury voters: 288
Total RHU rewarded: 3,645 RHU
EP vs. Suttle Motors, Newport News, VA
Public verdict: Suttle Motors should repay the claimant for the extra $350 car rental he paid. (Consensus 75% votes)
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: H.O.A.
Jury voters: 147
Total RHU rewarded: 735 RHU
Stiffed landlord vs. Michael J. Mondin
Public verdict: 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. (Consensus 45% votes)
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: K.B.
Jury voters: 173
Total RHU rewarded: 1,015 RHU
Taken for a ride due to the fact that I recently had surgery and was recovering. Took advantage of my situation-illness.
Public verdict: 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?" (Consensus 21% votes)
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: J.J.
Jury voters: 101
Total RHU rewarded: 645 RHU
Phone owner vs robocalling National Health Agents
Public verdict: $1,500 in compensation, plus the name of its lead generation company that uses robocalling, if it's an outside company. (Consensus 50% votes)
View case on PeopleClaim
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: S.T.
Jury voters: 175
Total RHU rewarded: 2,755 RHU
Wounded Veteran and Customer VS Westland AutoSales
Public verdict: 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. (Consensus 26% votes)
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: A.S.
Jury voters: 69
Total RHU rewarded: 705 RHU
RW vs. ADT Security Systems Inc.
Public verdict: Yes (Consensus 91% votes)
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: R.W.
Jury voters: 100
Total RHU rewarded: 2,320 RHU
Michael Robinson vs IMVU Inc.
Public verdict: Refund the amount I paid to you if you will not reinstate my accounts, since I cannot use the IMVU site. (Consensus 52% votes)
View case on PeopleClaim
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: M.R.
Jury voters: 96
Total RHU rewarded: 1,920 RHU
DevaCurl (Deva Concepts LLC) still hasn't refunded me for the product I returned in MARCH because it made my hair fall out
Public verdict: Refund $54 for product plus $80 compensation for all the time I have wasted following up on this, for a total of $134, plus DevaCurl should promise to substantially improve their Customer Service and accuracy of information. (Consensus 47% votes)
View case on PeopleClaim
Case Type: Dispute resolution
Initiated by: M.
Jury voters: 62
Total RHU rewarded: 310 RHU
What will be the future of ICOs?
Public verdict: ICOs will evolve and survive, and still be the dominant funding mechanism in 2020, because they’re both democratic and inclusive. (Consensus 29% votes)
Case Type: Prediction
Initiated by: M.D.
Jury voters: 242
Total RHU rewarded: 1,350 RHU
Which cryptocurrency will perform best in 2019?
Public verdict: Bitcoin (BTC) (Consensus 27% votes)
Case Type: Prediction
Initiated by: M.D.
Jury voters: 358
Total RHU rewarded: 4,335 RHU
What will the price of Bitcoin be in January, 2020?
Public verdict: Up (Consensus 92% votes)
Case Type: Prediction
Initiated by: A.S.
Jury voters: 160
Total RHU rewarded: 4,030 RHU
What will be the Stellar price be on January 1st, 2020 ?
Public verdict: between 0.30 and 1$ (Consensus 53% votes)
Case Type: Prediction
Initiated by: S.D.
Jury voters: 91
Total RHU rewarded: 1,755 RHU
How will COVID-19 change how we do things in the future?
Public verdict: There'll be more telemedicine, online K-12 classes, working from home, etc. “COVID-19 will sweep away many of the artificial barriers to moving more of our lives online...It turns out, an awful lot of meetings (and doctors' appointments and classes) really could have been an email. And now they will be.” — Katherine Mangu-Ward, editor-in-chief of Reason magazine. (Consensus 29% votes)
Case Type: Prediction
Initiated by: B.D.
Jury voters: 63
Total RHU rewarded: 315 RHU
What is the best restaurant in Miami?
Public verdict: Joe's Stone Crab (Consensus 23% votes)
Case Type: Community Question
Initiated by: M.D.
Jury voters: 190
Total RHU rewarded: 1,140 RHU
Business heroes of coronavirus COVID-19: Which business has done the most to help?
Public verdict: JOANN Fabrics: JOANN is donating fabric and providing instruction so that Americans can sew masks for healthcare workers during the crisis. The community gets a constructive, hopeful way to help; healthcare workers have been made safer by 16.5 MILLION fabric masks to date.
Update: JOANN is now closing in on 78 million masks; please check the link for updated totals. (Consensus 48% votes)
Case Type: Community Question
Initiated by: B.D.
Jury voters: 124
Total RHU rewarded: 620 RHU

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