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It is difficult to see where the legal 'wrong' is here. Ethically, morally, etc - is a different story. You could bring a civil suit for this; possibly for rescission purposes but it would be unlikely to succeed. (You can bring civil suits or litigation for a LOT of things; whether they succeed or not is another matter entirely). "For a more specific ...


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Could a criminal or civil case be raised against the person who did this? No. Marketing is widely known to involve actors or presenters who are unrelated to the production of what is being advertised. You rightly point out the seller's motivation for using images of a young, attractive female, but that does not imply that the seller intentionally ...


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Can I be charged for dental services that were never provided? No. At this point the company's/dentist's delay of service is indicative that they are not planning on fulfilling their obligation toward you[r daughter]. The receipt you signed can be only construed as a confirmation that you authorize the company to charge you. However, that authorization ...


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I assume that you signed this without understanding what you were signing, so you weren't trying to deceive the company. The thing you signed ask you to assert that the procedure has already been done, or that it is about to be done that day, neither of which is true. Perhaps you intended to do so that day but something came up. Excluding the case of an ...


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