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You may cancel or seek to cancel the added terms you never agreed and never disclosed. Basis for doing so is fraud and being misled by seller. If seller refuses you may threaten to file a complaint with the attorney general office and the BBB, which should prompt seller to cooperate as will want to avoid such risks or risk of being sued.
Court has discretion to award that, varies from case to case, but usually each side pays own legal fees.
You could pursue in small claims court, no lawyer fees.
You can negotiate and avoid suing.
You can pursue through attorney general office and let them pursue it for you!
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