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    WALT BENNETT FORD v. DYE

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    -Do you think that it would have helped Dyer to file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau?

    -Should Dyer and/or her attorney have at least tried to determine if there is systemic fraud being perpetrated by the auto dealership? How could this have impacted her case against the dealership?

    -If you are seeking to amend the contract, how would you know the salesman has authority to negotiate on behalf of the dealership?

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    You can have an idea of this case of WALT BENNETT FORD v. DYER in:

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    -Do you think that it would have helped Dyer to file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau?
    The Better Business Bureau collects information on business reliability, alerts the public to frauds against consumers and businesses, provides information on ethical business practices, and acts as intermediaries between consumers and businesses to resolve disputes. In the present context, since the written contract did not ...

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