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hello- I would advise you to look over the original contract agreement that your wife has signed, and other paperwork that she has been required to sign to obtain this credit. There should be some sort of cancellation policy, and this is what needs to be looked over. As she has signed a contract, which most likely states that the credit is being issued for the purchase of this furniture. So, if the furniture is cancelled, ultimately the card will be also. I would suggest speaking with the manager tomorrow, and try to work it out with him/her directly, and if you find that you are not getting anywhere- I would then suggest cancelling the credit card with GE. If the card is cancelled, then they shouldn't be able to
hold you responsible for anything (undelivered). I hope this helps!
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