If the amount on a receipt from a solicitor is greater than the cash transaction can you use it as proof of payment and request a refund of less than the receipt amount under the 3 day cooling off law?
1 Answer from Attorneys
First, there is no 3 day cooling off law. Not in Texas. Belief in such a law is one of the biggest myths out there. There is no such law in Texas. The only minor exception is with regard to home solicitation sales - if they come to your home selling you something they have to allow you 3 days to cancel. That is the only circumstance.
Your other suggestion would seem to be risky, in my opinion.
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