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The use of exaggeration and argument by a seller to convince a buyer to enter into a contract will usually be considered:

a. fraud.
b. duress.
c. puffery.
d. undue influence.


I am really torn between duress and puffery....while puffery does mean exaggeration I don't think it necessdarly means to agrue....but isnt duress illegal wrongful action...pls help

asked by Mike
  1. I think that in this case, argument means good reasons -- not a hostile argument. Puffery is the best word.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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