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Chairs recovered for agreed price. Credit card charged $100 more than receipt. Said they made math error. Is this legal?

Chandler, AZ |

Mom agreed to the original amount. Receipt was drawn up. Mom paid more than half up front. When checking credit card statement discovered additional $100 was charged after completion of job. Called store. Was told a math error was made. They said they called and left message of additional charge. Mom did not receive the message. Is this disputable? Legal? Good business practice?

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Your mother can contest the additional credit card amounts and the credit card company will investigate. If it is truly a mathematical error, the merchant may prevail but it is worth disputing.

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