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Hi, welcome to JustAnswer. My name is*****’m a barrister with 12 years of experience and I am happy to help with your question today.
Are you asking if she is liable to pay?
She isn't entitled to a refund. You provided the course exactly as described. What has happened is that she is either too stupid or too lazy to do the work and that is not your problem.
Just heard that she will have to Sue for the money.
Can I clarify anything for you?
It might very well not be a very good course. She might well be entitled to say that you need more than one day to master the art. That is a point for feedback not for payment. She had exactly what you offered and she agreed to.
Well, they always say that at the outset. It is the same all over the economy. They only notice how bad you were when the jury find them guilty.
But her point fundamentally is that the course was inadequate to allow for practice. That is all very well. Possibly quite legitimate. But it doesn't mean she does't have to pay unless you misled her.
I think this question has been answered. The issue is that you are missing the point.
Ok. Good luck.
Let me see if I can help and please rate 5 stars. From what I have read there has been absolutely no breach of contract and it would appear that "Stephanie" is sadly trying it on - as some people in society now do. There is very little you can do other than either simply ignoring or stating politely that they have no claim and you will not be entering into any further correspondence with them. I hope this helps and please rate 5 stars
If she attempts to slander you then I would be minded to get a solicitor to write to her and threaten to take her to court for compensation should she do this again (or fails to remove any such posts). Such a letter is usually sufficient to deter such action. Happy to discuss and please rate 5 stars
My pleasure. Can you please rate 5 stars for my time.
From reading the letter an your comments above you have not breached the agreement. They are basically trying it on. I think if this ever did go to court (and I would be very surprised as I think it is simply a try-on from them) the court would be very critical of them and their actions. I hopes this answers your question and please rate 5 stars