This area of the law is a bit tricky, however a number of defenses do exist to a contract (e.g., lack of performance-meaning the phone company has not provided the services they said they would; unconscionability-if the terms of the contract are so unjust that it shocks the conscience, ambiguity/conspicuousness-if the terms of the contract are unable to be reasonably determined, etc.). It sounds as if you have identified a number of issues already (i.e. that the 5 day recission period was exhausted before the services ever went live, that the fine print terms were never provided). If you cannot afford an attorney to address this problem this you may find some assistance through the attorney general’s office or you local senator or state representative, even the news troubleshooting division. Another resource might be an area law school, they sometimes offer free advocacy, Best of luck
Stew Crawford, Jr., Esq.
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