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Assuming the store refuses to correct the issue, you could sue the store for purposely misrepresenting the couch as being leather. The problem, of course, is proving that the sales person lied to you. There could also be another problem if you were given any paperwork with the couch explaining that the couch was not leather. Ultimately, if you were to sue, your only evidence would probably be your testimony
. Granted, if you are believable, then it's possible that you could win such a lawsuit. However, if the judge doesn't know who to believe, then the store would win because the burden of proof
would be on you. You must convince a judge that your story is 51% the likely version of events. But if you sue, there is a very good chance that the store will try to settle with you since it would presumably want to make a customer happy, and also because retaining an attorney would probably be more expensive than working with you.
Does that answer your question? Please let me know if you need clarification, as I am happy to continue helping you until you are satisfied. Also, your positive feedback is much appreciated.
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