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Thank you for your patience. Whether he can get a full refund or anything at all will depend on the terms and conditions of the contract. If the promises were mere bluffing and were not terms of his contract with them he will not at law be entitled to a refund. If the contract gives a breakdown of what the £1,000.00 covers and some or all of the elements have not been delivered then he could rely on breach of contract to claim it back. Since they have not given a denial of liability straight away I would say that keep contacting them and ask them for a copy of the contract and terms and conditions to see what it is your son agreed to and whether from these it is clear he could claim a refubd if jobs did not materialise.
Any follow up please do not hesitate to send your message. All the best.
Did you want to have a call with me please? I have been notified of your call acceptance and I am happy to call you if you have consented to the fixed fee for the call,
Hi, you do not need to take the call if you do not want it. Although I am happy to call you I am not comfortable to do so if you are not happy to pay for it. The money will have just been marked for JA but if the call does not happen you can send an email to***@******.*** and they will release it back. You probably accepted it without realising.
Let me know your decision.