8:24 AM, 4th January 2018, About 5 years ago 7
I’m in the process of selling one of my properties as I am fed up with the managing agent for the freeholder as they are just money grabbers and as a tenant I had in the property moved out I thought it would be a good time to sell.
Anyway, I’ve received a letter from the managing agents advising that a tenancy that I had registered has expired and they want to update their records, but have also said if I don’t respond to the letter within 28 days then an administration charge of £60 will be added to my account as they will have no option, but to carry out further investigations.
This isn’t a reminder letter by the way and I am wondering if this is a new tactic of theirs, but do wonder if this is deemed ‘fair’?
I can’t think of any other company that I’ve dealt with that charges if you don’t reply to a letter?
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