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I accepted switch media's £30 deal for a website, like many others I was unaware that I inadvertently signed up for a two year deal. Apparenlty it is hidden somewhere in the small print. I paid the original fee but then told my bank to stop any further withdrawals by switch media from my account. They recently sent me an invoice for the second year fee.

 

After you type in the domain you bought on their home page it takes you to the login page. I noticed on their login page the following text "By logging into your OCP or WebMail, you are in acceptance of Switch Media's standard Hosting Terms and Conditions.", since I have never logged in I can't see a legitimate reason they would send me a second year subscription fee.

 

Any advice would be appreciated.

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To send a bailiff you first have to be taken to court and they have to win, you then have 28 days in which to pay, if you don't, then they can ask for a bailiff to collect for them.

 

So the answer is 'no'.

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