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Hi, I have an issue with a homebuy purchase my daughter made. At the time she signed the agreement she had a brain tumour which obviously fuddled her abitlity to think logically, The agent knew this but proceeded to allow her to sign.

I have just been asked to look at this agreement and with interest and insurance the cost is a rip off to say the least.

Question is has she any recourse to end this agreement and send back the item bought ? I wish I had been around when she signed but

hey ho. Thanks for any help

Jan

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Hi Jan

 

I would be inclined to write a letter highlighting the points that you've made, maybe enclose a doctors letter and stating what action you require them to take.

Send it Recorded, send it to the Managing Director.

 

Hi, I have an issue with a homebuy purchase my daughter made. At the time she signed the agreement she had a brain tumour which obviously fuddled her abitlity to think logically, The agent knew this but proceeded to allow her to sign.

I have just been asked to look at this agreement and with interest and insurance the cost is a rip off to say the least.

Question is has she any recourse to end this agreement and send back the item bought ? I wish I had been around when she signed but

hey ho. Thanks for any help

Jan

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