If the place its open to the public they must show the prices
If they do not do it you coulod denounce them in the closer consumer protection service
Prices has to be at the sight of the public in all public places
So, that the way to get the fear 50 per cent off in the fees
Force them to show the public prices sheet and if they put a hight price they will lose business
I will be here if you need more information
They do show the prices in "Golf Administration", but these are the inflated ones. We know that the General Public is booking rounds of golf, prior to arrival, and obtaining the lower price that I have quoted.
The answer will be to get bills with the rates they are really charging customers and denounce them in the closer consumer service
Get bills from clients or even ask for a budget and you will get the real prices
With the probes we could denounce them
I have a couple myself. I booked, on line, for two members of the General Public, I got the Euros 91 rate. What is the "closer consumer service"?
In the city hall of the village you are if available or in the comunidad of murcia
I think its better in the consumer service of comunidad of murcia
Usually this services works very good
In English law many would see this as a breech of contract. Should we withhold this years payment until the issue is resolved?
It depends on the penalty you have sign with them
But its a very good way to force them to reduce prices
Demand them in court and deny the pay until judge decides
Many thanks. The penalty, they claim, is that they have a mortgage on all properties and could sell them to pay for the withheld fee.
That threat sounds like a bluff, is not credible
The penalty, they claim, is that they have a mortgage on all properties and could sell them to pay for the witheld fees
They can no do that, even if we demand them at court
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