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Good evening. A buyer in your position does have recourse.
If a seller is not willing to remedy the situation by refunding the
buyer's money, the buyer can file a claim not only as a breach of contract
case, but also as a deceptive trade practice action, which will entitle the
buyer not only to actual damages, but also an additional amount equal to 3
times that as punitive damages. That typically provides plenty of incentive for
the seller to settle this on the buyer's demands rather than to face the
possibility of these punitive damages; but, if it does not, the buyer has the
right to file the suit.
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