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You have a right to get out of the contract. What has happened to you is called "fraud in the inducement" which means that this company lied to you to get you to enter into a contractual agreement with them. Also, you can sue this company for violation of your states consumer protection laws, which generally prohibit a company from making false or misleading statements in a consumer transaction. Do not pay them any money, and send them a letter stating that if they do not cancel your contract within the next 5 days, return your money and if they actually contact any of your creditors, you will sue them.
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