it is possible to open up a consumer credit card dispute and request a charge back.
This is authorized by federal law, specifically 12 Code of Federal Regulations §§ 226.12(c) and 226.13. and 15 USC 1666, 1666i, and 1640(e).
Basically a consumer can open a dispute with the credit card company, and the merchant needs to prove that they did not act wrongfully.
Here is the statute that deals with deceptive business practices act- which include representing that an item is of a certain characteristic/quality when that is not so:
Also there is an implied fitness for a particular purpose- basically the seller cannot represent that an item is to be used for a specific purpose when it is not designed for that.
This must be submitted within 60 days of the purchase and is allowed for Charges for goods or services different from what was represented or of the wrong quantity.
Otherwise one may file a small claims court:
A complaint can be filed here:
The state may get a restraining order prelcuding the business from futher similar conduct in the future.
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