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In order to form a contract, you must have an offer and an acceptance. The oral offer would not be binding if it was rescinded prior to the provedure. It really matters what contract if any you signed. If you signed a consent form that included the amount of $2400, then that is binding. If you only agreed to the initial amount of $2200 and told them that fact and they did it anyway, you technically should only pay the $2200. Many times it is much more complicated than that and it will be your word against the businesses word. You could probably take them to small claims court but it will all come down to what the contract says. The credit really doesn't have anything to do with the amount charged but the agreement for credit should control as well and the contract you signed will control. If you agreed to only $2200 in credit then they can not charge more than that amount on the credit account. They can still charge you more so $2200 would be on credit and $200 more you would owe cool sculpturing.
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