Can I return an entire lot of merchandise is some of the items were not as advertised?
I purchased this lot and the leather pants were polyurethane-am I entitled to return the entire lot as I never would have purchased it without them? My case is in review right now, but I feel that merchandise was advertised in a false, misleading way which influenced my purchase. The advertisement read as follows: "Assorted Styles and Sizes for Everyone Low Rise Flare, Stretch Fit, Hip Huggers, Regular Fit, and Many more Sexy and Trendy Designs. You will receive an excellent mix of sizes and styles for all of your customers. Brands like Abercrombie and Fitch, Rampage, Pompy, Authentic Furor Jeans and Old Lewis just to name a few. Quantity of 100. Most are Women but lot will include a few for Big Girls. Winner will also receive four Leather Pants from Rampage." The company decided to refund my for the leather pants and Abercrombie & Fitch that were damaged. However, there were only 8 pair total so they are refunding $56.00 The problem is that the leather pants and Abercrombie and Fitch jeans were what caught my eye, they were the ones I wanted. I never would have bid on the lot if they were not listed. The company has refused to allow me to return the lot. Does anyone know if I have any recourse in this matter?
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