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NBC UNIVERSAL is Searching for Small Claims Lawsuits

NBC UNIVERSAL is Searching for Small Claims Lawsuits

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  • Joined March, 2019
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NBC UNIVERSAL is searching for small claims for our brand-new daytime court show.
Do you have a potential small claims lawsuit?

Would you like NBC to hear your complaint against someone you know? Are you suing a contractor because you didn’t get the services you paid for? Does your tenant owe you for back rent? Did you loan a friend money and now it’s time for them to pay? Is someone defaming or harassing you on social media and you want them brought to justice? Did you rack up medical bills because of an accident that wasn’t your fault?
If so, NBC wants to hear from you.
Please send us:
-Who you are suing
-A brief description of your complaint
-Your contact info and location
Please only submit if you have a real complaint and/or a small claims lawsuit, or if you know someone who is looking to sue.

**You will receive a guaranteed payment for your appearance. If you win, any judgment ordered by the judge is paid by the show before you leave.

Job payment

$300 per day

Expenses paid - Airfare, ground transportation, hotel, food, hair and makeup are covered


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Anyone, aged 18 to 75 from United States

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Listing created: 4 June 2019
Applications close: 12 July 2019
Casting #1011986
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