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Implied Warranty Provides an Extra Level of Protection Massachusetts has a special legal provision known as “implied warranty.” If you buy a product that doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do for as long as you would reasonably expect, you have a right to ask for compensation. Certain credit cards, like, will double the [...]
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