A person who sells consumer goods or services through the use of a telephone solicitor
may not make or submit a charge to a consumer's credit card account unless the seller:
(1) provides that:
(A) the consumer may receive a full refund for returning undamaged and unused goods
or canceling services by providing notice to the seller not later than the seventh
day after the date the consumer receives the goods or services; and
(B) the seller will process:
(i) a refund not later than the 30th day after the date the seller receives the returned
goods from the consumer; or
(ii) a full refund not later than the 30th day after the date the consumer cancels
an order for the purchase of services not performed or a pro rata refund for any services
not yet performed for the consumer;
(2) provides to the consumer a written contract fully describing the goods or services
being offered, the total price to be charged, the name, address, and business telephone
number of the seller, and any terms affecting the sale and receives from the consumer
a signed copy of the contract; or
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