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From your statements, I understand that you would like to cancel your contract with Great Expectations and get your money back. Generally, your contract is with the business, not with the individual owners. Check your contract to see what it says...it should say something like "this contract is between ______ (you) and Great Expectations." Or "Great Expectations will do the following", etc. This would indicate that you have contracted with the business rather than the actual owners. In any regard, Great Expectations is a corporation. You sue them, and if they want to claim its the fault of someone else, its on them to make the previous owners a party to the lawsuit. As that is the case, you should file suit against the company.
My research shows that the dating service is owned by Great Expectations of Nashville, Inc., which can be sued by serving the lawsuit on:
Name: DANIEL R CANTRELL
Address Line 1: RT 8 BOX 237
Address Line 2:
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