Duplicate question. Please see answer to earlier version.
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While Ms. Sinclair did not give you the answer you had hoped to receive, she did proprerly answer your question.
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Ms. Sinclair gave you a correct answer to your previous. There is no point in asking the question again hoping for a different one.
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You were already provided a proper answer. Adding to this, if you wanted to challenge the propriety of the denial, while it may be "possible" are you willing to commit the thousands of dollars in attorney's fees and costs associated with a legal challenge of some sort? If the answer is yes, there are many lawyers here who could help you explore such an issue, understanding that it would be super high risk and likely very very expensive. If the answer is " no, but its a great class action for the right lawyer"......you will likely find yourself very frustrated finding counsel.