Can I take a vendor to court for not refunding my money even though I signed a receipt?

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Can I take a vendor to court for not refunding my money even though I signed a receipt?

I put down a deposit for a dress, then changed my mind about the style. The designer won’t refund my money under pretext that I knew the total price and I signed the receipt showing my deposit and balance due. Nowhere on the receipt nor in the shop, is displayed “no refund or exchange”. Can I still file small claim dispute to get my $500 back?

Asked on December 15, 2011 under Business Law, Delaware

Answers:

Michael D. Siegel / Siegel & Siegel, P.C.

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

You can try, but it is not a clear case.  It is not clear that you had a right to cancel.  They held the dress.  But, as you did not get it, it is unclear that they can charge you.


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