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Hello! My name is ***** ***** I'll be the Expert assisting you today. Generally, any acts of fraud will be enough to unwind the contract. In addition, it sounds like there may be a breach of contract claim here as well. If the contract stated X amount of goods was to be delivered and the actual goods were less, that would be a breach of contract.
Unwinding a contract means putting both parties in the position they were in before the contract was entered into. So, you would receive a refund and the seller of the goods would get the items back. Who drafted the contract? Generally, errors in formation are construed against the drafter.
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