I paid someone a lot of money for 3 different services. All 3 of these services were agreed upon in text message format but then I signed a contract that only explicitly mentioned 1 of those services (I took it at good-faith that the other 2 services would be fulfilled since we agreed in text that they would).
Are those text messages legally binding for the other 2 services even though they were not mentioned explicitly in the contract I signed?
Edit: This was a "mentorship" which was supposed to include the 3 services (all of which were mentioned in text messages - it was 1 comprehensive agreement). The 2 services that I did not receive were only mentioned in the text messages and not at all in the contract.
Edit 2: The services we agreed upon were as follows: (1) a mentorship of 10 1-hour sessions. (2) A newly built/redesigned website. (3) 1 month of marketing performed by their marketing team. (1) was agreed upon both in text messages and in the contract. (2) & (3) were agreed upon in text messages but not mentioned at all in the contract. From the text messages we exchanged, it was very clear that the money I paid was for all 3 services. However only (1) was provided (the only one in the contract).