a broker arrives to present a purchase offer to a disabled woman and finds her son and his wife also present. in the presence of the broker, both individuals persistently urge the woman to accept the offer, even though it is much lower than the price she has been asking for her home. if the woman accepts the offer, she may later claim that a) her consumer protection rights were usurped by her son and daughter-in-law. b) she was under duress from her son and daughter-in-law, and therefore, the contract is voidable. c) the broker should not have brought her such a low offer for her property. d) the broker defrauded her by allowing her son and his wife to see the purchase offer he brought to her.