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Wonder if anyone can help us out

We had our house on the market with your move for 13 weeks

we then called then up and asked if we were ok to take off market as we had no interest

they then sent us an invoice for £300 fees for taking off the market!

yet still after 3 weeks there sign is still outside advertising for them!

is there any way round this for us?

have we to pay there fee?

cant we charge them for free advertising on our property still??

 

any help or advice would be great

 

thanks in advance

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we cant find what we signed but when we phoned them to ask if we were ok to take off we presumed there would be noe fee as they didnt tell us

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hi bongobaz,

have a good look on their website and see what there terms and conditions say on there, look at everything it says, hope this helps, totiesquoties. www.yourmove.co.uk

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