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Consumer fraud plaintiff can’t rely on oral promises

A consumer fraud plaintiff couldn’t rely on extrinsic evidence to show than an automobile dealer made oral promises in addition to those in the parties’ written purchase agreement, the Ohio Supreme Court has ruled in reversing a $7,500 award of treble damages.


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