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March 18, 2013

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What about substitute goods?

Unless the seller has your consent to agree to a substitute, you don't have to accept one. You can send it back and ask for a refund. If you keep it, though, you have to pay the usual price, unless the company offers it for less. Try to negotiate. A reputable company may be willing to strike an acceptable deal with you.

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