sales final!" She told the salesperson that she was looking for an iPod with Pandora, so
that she could listen to streaming music while working out in her wifi-enabled health
club. The salesperson selected a wifi-capable iPod and told Lori that she could receive
Pandora as long as the fitness center had wifi. The next day, when Lori tried to use the
iPod at the fitness center with wifi, she found that she could only hear static. Which of
the following is true of this situation?
A. Lori will be unable to return the iPod because the store's policy said "All sales final!"
at the time of the purchase.
B. Lori may not be able to claim a refund, since the iPod will be declared as
C. Lori can claim a refund of the iPod on the basis of an implied warranty of fitness for
a particular purpose created by the salesperson.
D. Lori can claim a refund from the store based on a limited warranty that is practiced
in the electronics industry.
After receiving her credit card bill, Claire feels that the credit card company has made a
mistake. Several transactions are not hers. The law that has established procedures for
the prompt handling of such billing disputes is known as the:
A. Fair Credit Reporting Act.
B. Fair Credit Billing Act.
C. Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
D. Truth in Billing Act.
Mark enjoys hacking into the computer databases of companies, but never takes or
damages any data. Mark has violated which of the following statutes?
A. Access Device Fraud Act
B. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act