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Yes i gave notice as i was still in my trial period. However the confusion comes from when i was still in the army and was on my resettlement. i told the interviewer that i had a resettlement course i was attending of which i have proof, he then went on to start my trial period at the gym, which was during my resettlement course and as a result i had less of a trial period, in which i cancelled my contract within the period of six weeks, they took just over £500 from my account for 2 weeks, in which these 2 weeks i would have been on my resettelment course. all in all i did less than 4 weeks. so i shouldn't have had to pay rent
The notice is instantaneous. if you are still in the 6 week trial period. So i just told them i was stopping and i stopped. the normal notice from then on however is 2 weeks
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I emailed them a number of times and they just ignored me, it was only until i threatened to report them to the ombudsman i got a response, and all they said was they need proof i was on the course. to which i sent them. but there after i have not heard anything back. so yes i would think they agree the dispute is over the start date. but as for a dispute there isnt really one as they have just avoided correspondence. all i need is enough to scare them to give me my money back. what can i do?