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Unfortunately I cannot send attachments via this system as it will only allow images have you got an alternative email address. It was a telephone contract but I have not agrees a facility with them.
To clarify then rang my landline which was forwarded to my mobile as I was travelling
I don't understand, would I be purchasing a mobile phone from a currency dealer. In my email it explains I was forward purchasing currency. It was for an amount of £275,000 so the fees will be quite substantial.
This is a copy of an email received from them,
I spoke with your wife earlier.
As per our terms and conditions this is legally binding contract that you are obligated to fulfil.
Please call or confirm via email that you have received this message and will be following through with the trade.
Failure to do so and this will be passed to our external legal team who will take immediate legal action.
The enclosed is the terms of their contract, I have signed nothing or agreed to their facility offer. I did however agree to purchase during our phone conversation.
What refund, I have not paid them anything yet. Are any of you actually reading what I have sent.
Is a telephone, verbal conversation not legally binding? if they have a recording is this not proof for them. The terms in the contract note says the money must be paid by May 6th.