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i'm up £85 hehe

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:confused: i had to rent a tv last month as mine broke.i agreed a deal which was a £100 deposit and £50 rental for month.the company were supposed to take out £150 upon delivery,with the deposit refundable after a month.however they only took £15 from my account.obviously they missed a zero off.they picked up tv last week,gave me back my £100 and didnt say a word.so in fact instead of paying them £50,they gave me £85.but now im wondering if they realise say next month can they come and take money out my account or would they have to contact me first,and as the agreement is finished would i have to pay.

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I don't think they'd be able to just take the money from your account without notice, but yes you would be liable to pay them the money you owe.


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Whilst it seems from what you say that it's undeniable you do owe the money, I suggest that it depends mainly on what you signed to enable them to take the money in the first place and how it was worded.


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Isn't this theft? Once you realise you owe them money and they have given you more than you ever gave them, if you don't inform them then you are intent on permanantly depriving them of their money.

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