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Discussion in 'New Members Introduction' started by gazwald, Apr 4, 2005.

  1. gazwald

    gazwald New Member

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    hi all.
    has anyone else been ripped off by computeach?
    completed the diploma stage but, was unable due to work to carry on the course.
    Ask for a refund for rest of the course but told to read the small print by computeach. Therefore after 14 days your commited, and no refund.
    any help??? :(

    gary
     
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  2. cazzam35

    cazzam35 Kilobyte Poster

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    Can understand your feelings, but legally you are entering a
    financial agreement, so your not entitled to your money back.
    The only way a refund is ( but probably not) given back is if
    they cannot undertake their side of the agreement.

    This isn't computeach i'm affriad, even though you would like to
    blame them, but an agreement you've both undertaken.

    Put it bluntly, if you take finance out for a car, then your
    circumstances change either financially, or you just decide
    you don't like the colour of it - Can you take it back, change
    it or ask for your money back, one answer - No.

    I've heard a lot in these forums of this type of change of mind,
    but please don't take this as offensive as i don't know your
    situation or what has happened, but its an agreement that
    you undertake with Computeach, exactly as the agreement
    that Computeach undertake with their bank.

    An idea that sometimes works is by writing explaining the
    situation to them, but at the end of the day, your still
    legally entitled to pay back money under loan agreements.

    Sorry this may not help you to feel better, but take advice
    from citizens advice to see what, if anything, you can do.

    Best wishes, Callum

    P.S.

    I work in an enviroment where we issue finance daily, I'll check
    on Wednesday to see if there are any "outs, or good reasons
    that may help you out.
     
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  3. tripwire45
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    tripwire45 Zettabyte Poster

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    I can't help you out Gary, but I did want to stop by and welcome you to CertForums. Someone will be along presently that probably has had some experience with this training provider. In the meantime, please feel free to look around the place. Enjoy.
     
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  4. nugget
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    nugget Junior toady

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    Hi Gary and welcome to the forum. Hope you can sort this out.:D
     
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  5. Jakamoko
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    Jakamoko On the move again ...

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    Hi Gary, and welcome to CF.

    It is always worth approaching any company if you have a valid reason for wishing to pull out of an agreement, but they may not be obliged to help you. From a personal point of view, I would strongly recommend making a calm, detailed and rational approach to them over this - on no account lose the rag, and kick off with them. That will close the door in an instant.

    Other than that - good luck, and let us know if we can help in any other way.
     
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  6. gazwald

    gazwald New Member

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    thanks all.
    i should have come to this forum before taking the plunge.
    i 'am going to ask if i can change from networking to something less time comsuming.
    cheers.
    gary
     
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