Not automatically, if they allowed you a three day right of rescission, and despite the urban myths there are very few cases where there is an automatic three days, then you would be past that.
The only way you could rescind the contract now would be if they had somehow breached the contract or committed fraud.
They told me to write them a letter and they would give it to the owner and he would make the decision
They can always agree to it but you may not be able to force them to do it.
Why did you issue a poor service rating? I answered you quickly and correctly.
I'll opt out since you obviously rated it poor service because I didn't tell you what you wanted to hear but it is the correct answer and it was given within minutes of you posting your question.
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