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A local Day Nursery (although part of a nationwide group of nurseries) has charged me £35.00 each time a Direct Debit failed or a cheque bounced. Can I claim in th esame way from them as I am doing with the Banks, Credit Card and Loan Companies. I really would like to nail them because of their attitude.

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basically the answer is yes. unless they can prove that the £35 is what it costs them to process the cheque/DD

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Yes you can approach them for the money to be returned. It is an unlawful penalty charge. Did the bank charge you as well?. Sometimes a bank will do the same for that same direct debit. So you are charged twice. They can only claim actual losses to themselves. It certainly won't be £35.

 

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Yes, the bank did charge as well and I am currently going through the same procedure with them. Thamks for your help! I will see how I get on.

 

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Thanks for your reply, I thought or hoped that I would be able to chase them, watch this space

 

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hi leftie,

 

i saw your quote, and i think that you can approach them for the money to be returned. It is not according to the law. had the bank charged you as well?. Sometimes the bank will do the same for that same direct debit.

 

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