Let's say you are shopping for cellular service X and the salesman paints all kinds of no risk of getting hit by fees if you are going to return the device within 3 testing days.
It turns out that the service was not what you needed and returned it on day 2.
Then a bill for activation, $35, return, $40, and 4GB, $40, shows in your email. Then you look at the receipt and see the terms and conditions that spell out these unexpected charges.
The only problem is that your signature was captured by them on the credit card authorization, and laser printed at low dpi on the TC, never shown to you before and materially printed after the signing action.
Is this a crime of signature forgery?