A door-to-door salesman representing Your Shop at Home Services, Inc., called on Clifton and Cora Jones, who were welfare recipients. The Jones couple decided to buy a freezer from the salesman for $ 900. Credit charges, insurance, and so on were added to that $ 900 base so that the total purchase price was $ 1,439.69. Mr. and Mrs. Jones signed a sales agreement that accurately stipulated the price and its ingredients. The Joneses sued to reform the contract on unconscionability grounds. They had paid $ 619.88 toward the total purchase price. At trial, the retail value of the new freezer at the time of purchase was set at approximately $ 300.
a. What is the issue in this case?
b. Decide. Explain.

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