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Can a customer sue me for unknowingly giving wrong advice?

Question Details: I work at a thrift store. I started working there a year ago. On my first day by mistake I told one shopper that all are clothes are washed before putting them on the floor. Though he has never shown up again, I am scared that one day he will know the truth and sue me personally and my company. Can he do that? Have I incurred a financial liability. I am from India and people say in America that they can sue you for anything and that is why I am scared.

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