Connecticut General Statutes 42-286 – Prohibited actions before receipt of signed contract
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(a) A telemarketer shall not accept payment from a consumer, or make or submit any charge to the consumer’s credit card account, unless the telemarketer has received from the consumer a contract, signed by the consumer, which complies with § 42-285.
Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes 42-286
- Contract: A legal written agreement that becomes binding when signed.
(b) In the event that the consumer sends payment to the telemarketer, or the telemarketer makes or submits a charge to the consumer’s credit card account, and the telemarketer has not received a signed contract from the consumer which complies with § 42-285, the telemarketer shall refund the consumer’s payment or credit the consumer’s credit card account.