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If someone is trying to receive a refund, they should first contact the business they purchased the item/product from. If the '''business''' does not resolve the situation, they may consider contacting a local '''consumer protection agency'''. '''Small Claims Court''' may be an option if the amount is under $10,000, or they may consider an '''attorney'''.
 
If someone is trying to receive a refund, they should first contact the business they purchased the item/product from. If the '''business''' does not resolve the situation, they may consider contacting a local '''consumer protection agency'''. '''Small Claims Court''' may be an option if the amount is under $10,000, or they may consider an '''attorney'''.
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If someone is trying to receive a refund, they should first contact the business they purchased the item/product from. If the business does not resolve the situation, they may consider contacting a local consumer protection agency. Small Claims Court may be an option if the amount is under $10,000, or they may consider an attorney.



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