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Consume law generally gives you a three day cooling off period and right to cancel a services contract agrred at a place other than the seller's place of business.
" Section 48. A. An agreement providing for the sale or lease of goods, or the rendering of services, or both, primarily for personal, family or household purposes in excess of twenty-five dollars in value and which is consummated by a party thereto at a place other than the address of the seller or lessor, which may be his main office or branch thereof, may be canceled by the buyer for other than the seller's or lessor's breach, whether or not such agreement contains a provision for periodic payments or an extension of credit, provided the buyer, not later than midnight of the third business day following execution of the agreement, notifies the seller or lessor that he is canceling, and such cancellation shall be effective thereupon."
Hence , I suggest you notify the company immediately
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Therefore the three day rule would not apply to you.
Because penal damages are rarely enforced by a civil court it is possible to negotiate a termination with the company.
You could request immediate cancellation and any punitive damages not be enforced but just the few days of the contractual price that have past.
Courts are generally reluctant to award punitive damages.
Other rights to cancel your contract would be fraud ,impossibility, misrepresentation, coercion or another unequitable practice.
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