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Shiply will not return £70 deposit

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I paid a deposit of £70 to Shiply for moving home - the mover defaulted at the last minute. I urgently needed another mover so paid another deposit - the second movers did as they promised. Shiply said they would not return my £70 deposit as it was over 28 days (29 daysvto be exact!). I will not accept the credit they have given me as i will never use it. I have emailed them with no luck. I have sent three letters, via signed delivery to their head office. No response. I am desperate for any advice. This is unacceptable and smacks of fraud in my eyes. Any advice would be gratefully received. I will not give up on this £70 of MY money. Thanks, bev

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How did you pay ?


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smacks of fraud in my eyes.

 

Where?

 

Check the terms and conditions you agreed to when paying the deposit.

 

29 days is not 28 days so you cannot use that one.

 

The deposit was taken to secure a booking for that day, the company may have now turned down other work on that day based on your job.

 

Unless there is more to this I do not see what Shiply have done wrong.


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Where?

 

Check the terms and conditions you agreed to when paying the deposit.

 

29 days is not 28 days so you cannot use that one.

 

The deposit was taken to secure a booking for that day, the company may have now turned down other work on that day based on your job.

 

Unless there is more to this I do not see what Shiply have done wrong.

 

read post 1 again

the mover defaulted at the last minute

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Hi

 

Please have a read of the attached PDF on Shiply Website Terms of use.

 

Now I have 'HIGHLIGHTED' in the PDF the important parts for you but please look at the following -

 

2 - Our Service - Neutral Venue.

 

6 - Fees (Especially read 6.5)

 

7 - Cancellation

 

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SHIPLY LIMITED

FLOOR 3

207 REGENT STREET

LONDON

UNITED KINGDOM

W1B 3HH

Company No. 06536861

 

Robert Matthams

 

Have you contacted the transport company to see why they never showed ?

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Yes yes yes, my apologies. For some reason in my head the 'mover' was the person moving from the property you were moving to. My bad.


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I've moved your thread into the General Consumers forums Bev.

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If they are correct in not returning your deposit it must be because you cancelled, not the shifters failing to carry out their contract. However, because they are only middlemen it is a sod to get them to admit that you have a contract with them in the first place. If you paid by credit or debit card instigate a chargeback. it takes about 6 weeks to get your money back but the banks are pretty understanding bout these things now so they should send you a form to fill in. When you have initiated this tell shiply that you have instigated a chargeback and that you intend to recover your other losses from them jointly with the original shifters. it amy not be worthwhile to drag them through the courts but knowing they are going to have the bank take your cash back from them anyway may speed up their decision making processes when it comes to refunding you themselves.

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Thanks for the advice - the person moving me cancelled as his wife apparently died?

I did not cancel or break the terms of the contact as far as I am concerned. My only mistake was to book well in advance which led to the 28 day issue!

Shiply have not had the courtesy to respond to any of my letters.

I will contact the bank and ask if they can withdraw the payment as suggested.

It's only £70 but it's the principle of the matter - how many other people are being ripped off by this company in the same way?

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There is a Shiply company rep on these forums, I have sent him a private message inviting them to repsond....if they don't respond then please let us know...


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Not a word from Shiply - off to Citizens Advice - am disgusted with their attitude

Edited by Conniff
correct typo

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Send them a letter before action Bev and give them 7 days to refund or you will sue. You can do it on line and it will cost about £30 which you claim back.

 

It goes without saying, don't say you will sue unless you are prepared to go through with it.

 

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