My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Idaho
I sold a lady a 17" HP laptop. I listed the specs of the computer, said it was fast and had an amazing battery life. Nothing else in the listing. She met me, i was selling for $350 and she offered me $270. i accepted. We met at a local fast food place where for about 10-20 mins, she played around with it. She also had her grandson(think) there to ask me questions. She accepted it and handed over the $270 but wanted a receipt. On the receipt i listed that i sold her a 17" hp XXXXXX model with certain specs for $270. thats it. She used it for 2 days and right around 48 hours later she called and was having problems. She hadnt plugged in the charger and the laptop shut down and after trying to charge it, it wouldnt turn back on. From all the research i did it looks like the bios is corrupted. She called prob 30 times in 3 days and finally is threatening to sue me. I told her to go ahead as it was sold as is with no warranty. Does she have a case? I am also a pc tech and i do testing on all computers i sell(hardware diagnostics) and do not sell any that fail unless it is a part i can replace(which this computer has a brand new hard drive). there is no way to prove i have done this but can bringing this up help me in court? also, she mentioned idaho has a 3 day return any sale if you are not happy law but i cannot for the life of me find anything about that anywhere. any help would be appreceiated.