overcharge


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overcharge

1. an excessive price or charge
2. an excessive load
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New York and other states have passed legislation and regulations disallowing this predatory behavior and to protect the public from this unscrupulous business practice that attempts to overcharge customers under the veil of the tax code.
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.
Nucor's analysis of the DJJ documentation revealed that few if any of the alleged overcharges by DJJ represent legitimate claims as asserted by [J.
This voltage regulator can overcharge the batteries and could lead to "thermal runaway.
But despite the hundreds of complaints, Humphreys said fewer than 1 percent of the gas pumps his office inspects overcharge customers.
Over the past few years, third-party payers, such as large employer-based benefit plans, health maintenance organizations and traditional insurers, have increasingly found a new profit source--recoveries from prescription-drug overcharge litigation.
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.
Landlords are entitled to charge tenants for their gas but it is an offence, under the Consumer Protection Act, to overcharge.