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5 June, 08:27

Marlene charges an $80 winter coat to her credit card at a department store. After

Marlene gets the coat home, she notices that the tag says the coat's lining is 100%

wool. Marlene is allergic to wool, so she tries to return the coat. The store refuses

because Marlene has already removed the tags from the coat. Marlene requests a

chargeback on her credit card.

Have Marlene's rights been violated? Why or why not?

No; she has no legal ground to cancel the sale.

No; but she can still do the chargeback.

Yes; the implied warranty of merchantability has been violated.

• Yes, truth-in-advertising laws ensure that labels are accurate.

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  1. 5 June, 08:34
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    No; she can still do the charge back

    Explanation:

    I believe she should've checked the tags before buying them and you don't need to remove the tag to check the fabric so the store has the right to say no returns but she can still do the charge back if the bank allows her
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