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My wife (Fran Wakefield) has a contract. They say they will distribute a poster to health centers and schools in the area. When I asked for proof that they had a contract to distribute the posters they said they did not have to provide proof.
Sorry but I have already said that they have a verbal contract. The question I have is how do I challenge a verbal contract?
Yes they have a recording but I am fairly sure that it has been edited. I am also sure that the services they say that they will provide are fictitious. Surely I can ask for proof that they have a contract for the services that they are charging for