An article we posted last year about claiming under the Consumer Act with information for all those consumers who are thinking about doing such claim. Have a look at the basic requirements, and if you have any query or doubt please let us know.
First of all, we need to point out that the Consumer Credit Act Section 75 is only valid for Consumers in the United Kingdom who paid with a British Credit Card.
Section 75 is a legal protection put in place to protect the consumer and can be claimed for payments made between £100 and £30.000
How does the Consumer Credit Act work?
You have six years to seek a refund from your Credit Card Company, counting from date in which the financial transaction took place.
However, payments by Debit Card and Bank Transfer transactions are NOT covered by the Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974. Just in cases in which the initial payment was made by credit card…
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