© 2012 GOULD’S, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.91. Seller made an offer to Buyer offered to sell a specified quantity of goods to Buyer for a price of $1,500.00. Buyer sent a check for $1,500.00 to Seller, and on the back of Seller’s order form, Buyer wrote, “This sale includes service of the item purchased for one year, at no cost to Buyer.” Seller wrote back to Buyer and stated that Buyer did not want to add the one-year service term to the current contract. What fact, if shown to be true, would best support Seller's contention that a valid contract was not formed?A. That the offer was not ironclad.B. That Seller and Buyer were both merchants.C. That the new item altered the agreement.D. That Seller objected immediately and sent a letter to Buyer.