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Last year, the agency's Web site received 624 complaints about overcharges.
It's rare that we don't find overcharges when we review a company's records," said Schiff.
Overcharges develop as data is transferred between computer systems.
The regulations on the price and supply of petroleum products that spawned the overcharge cases originated with Richard Nixon's temporary wage and price controls.
Contact: Roger Noorthoek, MBA, ROCC (Recovery Overcharge Consultant Certificate) Hidden Wealth Consultants 562-983-9890 roger@hwcinc.
The Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights, a Santa Monica-based watchdog group that raised complaints about the overcharge at the time, attacked the $150,000 fine as too small.
Mark runs Anglia Business Associates, which specialises in detecting and correcting bank overcharges.
Interest deduction: If a homeowner paid an interest overcharge as the result of a financial institution's miscalculation of interest on an ARM, the homeowner may deduct the overcharge in the year of payment as qualified residence interest under Sec.
Regardless of the block, Bedell spent the firstpart of 1984 working very hard at introducing spare parts amendments and educating his colleagues as to the outrageousness of parts overcharges, the Gould contract being his main example.
Since April 2003, overcharge notices have been placed in store windows at more than 200 locations.
Another proposed change by DHCR applauded by owner reps would prevent tenants from profiteering on their room mates by prohibiting tenants from charging a roon-imate more than their "proportionate share" of the rent; Penalties could subject the prime tenant to an overcharge complaint.