overcharge


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overcharge

1. an excessive price or charge
2. an excessive load
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Lizada advised jeepney operators not to overcharge their passengers.
Currently, HHS has limited authority to penalize pharmaceutical companies that overcharge 340B health care providers despite significant evidence that these companies frequently and impermissibly overprice their products, wrote the Senators.
At that point, ANL-RS2 becomes activated and is able to accept excess charges from the cathode and transport them to the anode, thereby accomplishing efficient overcharge protection by providing an internal electrical path for the excess charges arriving at the cathode.
"As the CTO we try so hard to attract tourists and then a taxi driver comes and overcharges people...
The City invests billions in public money for infrastructure, but those expenditures should certainly never include any overcharges," said Hearn.
Joseph and found $3.9 million worth of overcharges, Nucor said in the lawsuit.
However, some chargers have been known to overcharge these batteries, so close monitoring is vital during the first two hours.
My husband is a driver and does not overcharge people.
A spokeswoman for Tesco said it did not overcharge customers.
B & Q seem to have a novel way of dealing with customers they incon- venience and overcharge.
"Once we find something, we document where the overcharge is and have the company send it off to the carrier to get the refund back," Schiff said.