Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today. Are you being offered anything in alternative?
Did you pay the academy directly then and were you issued a contract by them that detailed the service they were providing, i.e. the access to the Paris School of Business?
Is there anything in writing by email or otherwise that stated that you were paying effectively for access to the Paris School of Business?
Ok thanks, ***** ***** that you should write to them to say that they are in breach of contract. You have paid them money on the basis that they have offered you the access to the course in Paris, now they are not able to offer you the access to the Paris School of Business they are in breach of contract and you will suffer a loss as a result of this , i.e. you are being required to pay 900 euros to put the matter right. As there is a breach of contract you can say that if they do not pay the 900 euro fee to remedy the breach of contract you will have no alternative but to take them to the county court to recover your losses.
They will then have to demonstrate that there has been no breach of contract. On the basis of what you say they will struggle especially if they do not have written agreements to rely on.
You should give them 7 days to put matters right and then raise a claim.
No it makes no difference if you pay it before, if anything it supports your claim. Keep all receipts to put in the claim.
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They may take it more seriously but there is nothing wrong in you writing it yourself.
I'm afraid we are limited to a question and answer service on this website so it is not something I can help you with. If you want to draft a letter I can read it for you. Any high street solicitor should be able to assist.
No problem Adrian all the best with it. Do remember to take the time to rate my answer, many thanks