Sometimes when you buy something or sign a contract there is a cooling-off period. This is a set period of time where you can cancel the purchase or contract and get your money back. Usually cooling-off periods are for expensive things (like houses or cars), or contracts that mean you will have to pay for a long time (like gym memberships).

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