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Estate agent charging to take house off market

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We put our house up for sale about 3 years ago with West Wales properties. After no joy and generally awful service we have taken it off. They are now asking for £114 towards expenses. I now this was in the contract when we signed it so I can't really complain but as I bank with Nationwide who won't give me a cheque book and charge £10 to issue a cheque at a branch I have told West Wales properties that if they want paying by cheque I will charge them £10. The have replied that they won't accept it as its not on to charge for a cheque from a current account.

I think I am in my rights to insist on £10 if they want a cheque what do others think?

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Hello there.

 

Do you have any other way of paying them apart from a cheque?

 

My best, HB


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Could you give them a postal order which is at £100 - to maximum value of £250

Capped at £12.50

 

Or

 

 

Pay by card and then do a chargeback

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if you got online banking you can do a online tranfer or telephone banking.

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I would normally pay by internet banking but they haven't given me their details and are insisting on a cheque.

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They can't insist on a cheque.

 

If they refuse to accept bank transfer, it could be time to collect ALL the change you have in the house, and pay them with that :) Maybe even at a few pounds per week, to maximise inconvenience? :D

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