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You are going to have to be more specific. Is this a case where the merchant will not take back the merchandise? Was the merchandise defective? Was there a contract regarding the sale? What was the venue of the sale? Retail store? Web site? Auction? Want ad in the paper? Was a credit card used for the purchase? A check? Cash?
Each situation has a different set of legal protections associated with them.
It depends on the exact circumstances. Read the back of your credit card statement for information on disputing charges. There is a sixy-day time limit for this and it *must* be done *in writing* (don't believe and phone-rep who tells you otherwise.)
If there was some problem with misrepresentation by the merchant, or excessively poor quality, then you should bring up a dispute with their parent company, if possible. If you simply bought something and later decided that you didn't really want it, then you may not have much recourse - some retailers have strict limitations on returns/refunds. They don't necessarily *have* to take the merchandise back or "forgive" the sale.
If you haven't disputed the transaction with the credit card issuer, then the merchant will already have the money within a few days.
My husband booked a flight for me and my friend. He was just checking prices and put the wrong friends name on one of the tickets. I haven't even asked this friend to go. I t was suppose to be someone else. Am I now stuck with this ticket? They won't change the name on it. Can I stop payment on these tickets and buy another one elsewhere? Or are there going to be legal issues involved if I do? Please reply. Thank you.