overcharge

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overcharge

1. an excessive price or charge
2. an excessive load
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In a recent letter to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Calio applauded the Department s decision to decrease the air passenger fee, while also noting that the reduction does not offset the $1 billion in overcharges to airline customers over the past decade.
Last week the vice president of the Paphos taxi drivers association put problems with overcharging down to the recession, competition from buses and illegal drivers, saying not enough business was prompting some to overcharge,
The City is firmly committed to rooting out any waste and overcharge, and this settlement reflects our determination to protect taxpayers' money--and recoup it where it has been improperly taken," said Mayor Bloomberg.
Baker, the judge should determine the legitimate amount of the overcharge by David J.
The more aggressive enforcement against gas stations that overcharge customers came after the department, long understaffed, added three inspectors -- boosting its ranks to nine.
These overcharges can go on for years and can easily add up to thousands of dollars or more.
More than /25million has been set aside to pay back overcharges on three million foreign exchange transactions from 1995.
Schiff's Denver firm, WorkComp Premium Recovery Group, specializes in recovering workers' comp overcharges and providing cost-saving recommendations for reducing current and future premium costs.
Overcharges involved calls on 13,400 lines between Jan.
Kaneko said the company will pay back as soon as it confirms the amount of overcharges.
Mark runs Anglia Business Associates, which specialises in detecting and correcting bank overcharges.