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Have you been a victim of deceptive business practices?

Texan business owners just like you may sometimes rely on other companies to ensure that your business needs are consistently met. Unfortunately, this also means that you're sometimes at the mercy of third parties. Massey Law Firm is here to help you if you've been a victim of deceptive or fraudulent trade practices because of a business partner or supplier.

A look at the basics of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act

Texan business owners all aim to make a living off of their work. When that livelihood is threatened by the deceptive trade practices of another company, it's only natural to fight to maintain the success of their own business, as well as the business integrity and balance in the area.

Understanding the DTPA and avoiding deceptive trade practices

Enacted on May 21, 1973, the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices-Consumer Protection Act (DTPA) focuses on protecting consumers from deceptive business actions. Prohibited practices include false and misleading practices along with unconscionable actions and breaches of warranty.

Common types of business fraud

When Texas residents think about business fraud, they may first think of illegal activities performed at large corporations. However, fraud can occur at a business of any size. It is important for business owners to understand what this kind of fraud is, as well as the different forms it comes in.

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