I went to a furniture auction and bid on crystal, furniture and jade. I based my bid on the MSRP that was listed for each piece. I have since discovered that the listed MSRP was 4 times more than actual MSRP. I would like to return all of the purchased items approx $16,000.00 and get a full refund. Can I legally do this? How should I proceed.
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Re: misrepresented MSRP
Based on the facts you have provided, it sounds like a good case for fraud. You need to either sue to company yourself or hire an attorney to do so for you.
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