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    • jot80
    • By jot80 9th Mar 17, 1:50 PM
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    Section 75 claim
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    • 9th Mar 17, 1:50 PM
    Section 75 claim 9th Mar 17 at 1:50 PM
    Help!!!!

    I currently have a claim being processed under section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act.

    I have today received a letter from the retailer saying if the decision goes in my favour they will start legal proceedings immediately!

    What legal proceedings could follow? If the section 75 claim is upheld, what weight does that have?

    Thanks.
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    • jot80
    • By jot80 11th Mar 17, 4:09 PM
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    Thanks naedanger for your suggestions, that's exactly the conversation I was having with my bank yesterday. It's now a waiting game in regards to the response to the chargeback and then knowing what the next step will be!
    • Altarf
    • By Altarf 12th Mar 17, 9:19 AM
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    Altarf
    I currently have a claim being processed under section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act.
    Originally posted by jot80

    To update...It has been confirmed that a chargeback was made - and to clarify, for the disputed amount only, not the full amount.
    Originally posted by jot80
    If it was clear your claim was made under s75 and was not a request for a chargeback, I would be making a complaint to the bank under their formal process.

    Of course a supplier can sue you if you instigate a chargeback for something they supplied and you now decide you don't want to pay for.

    However for s75 that means the supplier and the bank have joint and several liability, and if one pays out it is up to the two of them to sort out how to divide up any liability and is nothing to do with you.

    So if you made a s75 claim but the bank has tried to offload its liability by treating it as a chargeback causing you to be hassled by the supplier, that in itself is worthy of a complaint.
    • Gavin83
    • By Gavin83 12th Mar 17, 11:01 AM
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    Will try asking my questions again...

    So just to be clear here what work was reduced? Did they fail to complete the job or did they just find they didn't need to do as much as expected, or it took less time? Are you happy with the work they did?
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