Consumer Protection Law
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Hello and thank you for the question.
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From what you mentioned, you can indeed sue.
You can claim breach of warranty
You can also claim breach of contract
You may further base a claim on misrepresentation, fraud (where intentional false statements made), and unjust enrichment by seller
A civil lawsuit is a good option
You can also threaten to do it and threaten a complaint to the attorney general office
which may prompt them to settle
Let me know if the answer is acceptable or if I can clarify anything.
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