I recall many years back a lady who tried this with coupons for a car. Of course the dealership did not agree. She sued them and actually won. Have they changed the law since. I know that in this situation, the vendor did not purposely defraud. They simply did not put a limit to how many coupons could be used.
First let me start by saying that I am giving you an "Excellent Service" review. But, I am curious what percentage of bad reviews you receive when people simply don't get the answer they want. Just wondering how many people out there are cheap and use this web site for FREE. Or rate there satisfaction based on the possibility of receiving money for a lawsuit.
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