You have a claim against the broker for breach of contract and varying the terms of the contract unreasonably without consent.
You would not recover the costs of travel to the UK and if you instructed solicitors to deal with the legal proceedings, that could easily be more than the $7500 which you are adrift.
I agree with you that I do not think it’s fair to simply publish rates on a website and expect people to read them on the off chance that they may have changed. I don’t think that’s an unreasonable challenge you are making.
I also disagree that it’s reasonable for the company to roll out the pricing over a period of time because they have a large database because with electronic communication, they could email everyone the same time.
You would indeed need a UK address but that could be a friend or relative or accountant or solicitor or anyone, just to receive post. They would however have to forward all the post on to you.
I think it unlikely that you would get a lawyer to deal with this on a no win no fee basis and if you did, as I said in my second paragraph above, the solicitors costs are likely to be more or at least not much different than the amount you are claiming.
Sometimes, a defendant will agree to settle if proceedings are issued but that comes down to the defendant.
It is the geographical distance which is the problem. If you are in the UK, it would certainly be worthwhile going for it. Because you are in Indonesia, that could well be why you have been treated how you have been because they know the problem that you would face enforcing this through the court.
Can I clarify anything for you?
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