Could you point me in the direction of some sort of legal authority for this? Which case of statute are you relying upon?(Original post by Tycho)
I don't disagree with what you've said. But there is a difference between a typo and the contract completely containing the wrong information. If it contains the wrong address, then this could be used along with some of their other failings (which the OP needs to substantiate) to cancel the contract. The agency may well take the OP to court, but they may decide against it too. If they have failed miserably on a number of their promises then they may lose the case, and they know it.
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- 16-12-2012 03:54
I think his habit of saying "believe you me" is because nobody believes what he spouts anymore....Last edited by Megasuperdude; 3 days ago at 15:36.