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  1. A motorist has hit out at Asda after she was 'charged' £99 before she filled her car up with fuel. Jade Louise claims she was debited £99 on top of her £5 petrol transaction at an Asda in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire and says there were no signs warning customers about the fee. MasterCard said the charge was introduced at automated fuel pumps so that customers didn't fill up with more fuel than they could afford - but says no money will be taken from their accounts. However Jade claims she was left out of pocket for three days. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5703487/Customers-slam-Asda-charging-motorists-99-deposit.html?ito=social-facebook
  2. my friend who is a driving instructor paid £99 to a national driving school who had a 'try us and see' offer.. .where you pay them £99 and they promise to give you '5 pupils' to show how good they (the company are).. .you then decide if you want to take a franchise out with the company. my friend paid £99 to this driving school she was given the details of a pupil in another town. ..she called the pupil and explained she was unable to take this pupil for her test and she should contact the driving school to arrange her test or ask the driving school to send one of their own instructors, she also explained this to the driving school who told her 'this will not be classed as one of your 5 pupils' and the driving school would find her other pupils (a total of 5 for the £99 she paid them) To cut a long story short my friend has not been provided with any pupils since this incident, the driving school are ignoring her calls. My friend wants the £99 she paid back. ..she feels ripped off because the school promised ' 5 pupils for £99 try us and see' - she was not provided with one pupil. Shall my friend send them a letter by recorded delivery, in it state that they have not supplied the pupils as agreed. As a result she holds them to be on breach of contract and demand a refund of the full fee of £95 within 14 days. Can anyone please help my friend feels ripped off she has spoken to another driving instructor who has said contact trading standards but my friend has never been in such a situation before ...any of the experiened caggers able to help my friend get her money back? My friend has the leaflet with the offer she took
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