Hello Wendy Thank you your reply. No I haven't found an answer. This has been going on for months. There doesn't appear to any help or recourse for this type of issue, so I am hoping your people may assist
Many Thanks xxxxx xxxxxxx Sydney Australia
Hi Wendy No thanks fine if I can receive some guidance on this issue David
Hi Wendy I didn't realise the question would be closed I would still appreciate help on this matter
Many thanks David
Many thanks I will post to an USA lawyer David
I have been askedto look at this for you.
Where are youbased? In Australia?
How much did youpay?
Have you signed any papers?
How did you pay?
What you made youuse a company in the UK?
What have they doneand why do you want your money back?
We need full background details please.
Please bear with metoday and every day because I am online and off-line with clients, et cetera
Hi I am Australian citizen located Sydney.
27 Feb 2013 CLKBANK*COM_RX6Y4EG7 XXX-XXX-XXXX GBR 38.24 27 Feb 2013 CLKBANK*COM_QPVF64EP XXX-XXX-XXXX GBR 79.58
Signed up on internet for marketing programme (http://easyinstaincome.biz/ run by Jani G
They have a 60 day refund guarantee policy on their site.
After I requested that not interested in going ahead I had numerous emails questioning why I did not want to proceed.
I then had a number of emails saying they would expedite matter.
Now they don't answer my emails at all. I fiund the UK address on one of their emails.
Here is an example of their email to me. I responded I didn't want to go ahead as didn't have the time to work the programme.
Thank you for your time. i understand your time constraints
xxxxx and xxxxxxx xxxxxx
Youcan issue small claims court proceedings www.moneyclaim.gov.uk
againstthe company, but for £117, it is simply not a viable proposition because youwould be required to attend the hearing.
If youpaid by credit card, a claim with the credit card company under section 75 ofthe Consumer Credit Act applicable in the UK, which gives the credit cardcompany liability, jointly, with the trader.
It ishighly likely that there is similar legislation in Australia that would besomething that you would have to take up with the Australian credit cardcompany.
In theUK, the amount in issue as to be over £100 and if this is in respect of twocontracts, it fails on both counts. If the two amounts are one contract, thenit is within the limit.
I amgoing to be brutally honest with you, and that is that even if you were in theUK, this is frankly not worth pursuing unless there is an allegation that thesepeople are trading fraudulently in which case it is then a matter for thepolice. Unless there have been other incidents with other clients, I would notexpect the police to be particularly interested I am sorry to have to tell you.
Iappreciate that this is not the answer you wanted but there is absolutely nopoint in me misleading you. I have a duty to advise you truthfully andhonestly, even if that answer is unfavourable.
I wishI could be the bearer of better news, but I am afraid that I cannot see aneconomical way forward to get this money back for you.
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