Does somebody have an idea to get refund of the deposit?

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Does somebody have an idea to get refund of the deposit?

Post by mesa » Thu, 24 Aug 2006 5:04 pm

I had rent a Service Apartment with a deposit of $1000 for a couple month until we found a condo we're liveing now. I found the agent , Rebel Capital Management Pte Ltd online, "http://www.valuestayinsingapore.com.

At the move-out,they claimed $600 for the heatburn of the worn-out dining table
We haven't got even $400 as they keep telling us tomorrow until now.

Do you have any idea how to get the refund?
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Post by jpatokal » Thu, 24 Aug 2006 7:24 pm

Give 'em one last deadline and tell them to cough up the cash or you'll take them to the Small Claims Tribunal. And if they don't pay up, do it.
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The refund of the deposit

Post by mesa » Thu, 24 Aug 2006 7:41 pm

[quote="jpatokal"]Give 'em one last deadline and tell them to cough up the cash or you'll take them to the [url=http://www.smallclaims.gov.sg/]Small Claims Tribunal[/url]. And if they don't pay up, do it.[/quote]

Thank you. I will write a letter with a deadline first.
The small claim court willl charge me $105 for stamp fee and $300 for an initial deposit for the Bailiff's Expenses which means almost will turn out to be even.

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