As with other people that I have discovered on here, we stupidly signed up for a 3 year package with Absolute yesterday. They told us their company was based in the UK. We came back to the hotel and have since discovered that the business is Registered to a Brian Lunt based in Hong Kong.We would like to cancel our package, and are wondering if there is a cooling off period that still exists in Thailand - I have read that there was a 7 day cooling off period in Thailand.We have been up all night worried sick that if we were to cancel now they would come and hassel us in our Hotel.Clause 9 in the contract states "This agreement is legally binding and can not be cancelled or recinded at anytime after the statutory cancellation period if applicable,except by written consent of both patries or otherwise in accordance of terms of this agreement. The applicant acknowledges that he has entered into this of his own free will"We really want to contact these people and cancel this package but as I stated earlier we are here in Thailand for another few days - they know where we are staying and our room number and so are concerned that they will come and hassel us.Could you please help us in what we should domany thanks
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