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I ordered a product on April 13 and never received the product. I didn't realise it until today but I was double charged and hope I'm still within the 189 day time periord to dispute the charges.


I haven't worked it out but you are close to the time limit - or just passed it.

The big question is, when does a simple overcharge that must be disputed within 189 days within the meaning of their terms and conditions become theft, a criminal act that renders their terms and conditions meaningless. The fact no goods arrived could mean there was criminal intent in the overcharge, the suggestion of which could be in your favour.

Whatever the outcome you have to accept by "not realising" for six months you are guilty of a certain amount of contributory negligence so you need to get your reasons straight and in order quickly...

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Double check your battery to be sure that you bought the right kind. Also double check the reg/rec. This device is what is primarily responsible for the charging being correct. Overcharging should fall squarely on the shoulders of the reg/rec. if you didn't already replace it with a brand new part I'd still think that was the problem. If you did replace it, I suppose it is possible for your alternator to be broken and producing an absurd amount of energy, but I doubt it.

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how did you overcharge it, the chargers are designed to trickle charge once it reaches a full charge

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that aint ALL THAT BAD A BATTER SHOULD BE CHARGING AROUND 14.5 TO 15 VOLTS when car is running.. if you think u are having a prob try voltage with every thing on....shouldnt drop more then 13 volts

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