credit note


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credit note

n (Brit) → nota di credito
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You are indeed entitled to this if you don't want a credit note or exchange.
Cathy Jones said: "What would she want with a credit note, she should be given her money back, in these circumstances.
Grief-stricken Val did not feel like a spending spree, so her friend, Jan Ormond, suggested raf-fling the credit note.
The manager raised a credit note and gave me the replacement clock.
I had to explain by law, if you buy goods in store, you are not entitled to a refund, exchange or credit note unless they're actually faulty.
WhAt YOU Need tO RetURN A gIft Depending on a retailer's returns policy some will only exchange or give you a credit note, while others will give you a refund.
Alan Burnett, principal trading standards officer, said: "Even if you don't have any legal rights to return goods, many shops will allow you to exchange goods or get a credit note so it's worth checking their policies.
I HAVE a credit note for pounds 160 for a jewellers in Glasgow city centre.
LMRA has clarified in the statement that the collected "Monthly Fees" of April, during the first days of this month and before the directives, will be returned as credit note in the employers' accounts at LMRA.
Liverpool Crown Court heard Gavan would then receive a credit note for the stolen items, which he would put towards buying a more expensive item.
The Royal Opera House took the unusual step of paying ticket holders back 20 percent of the value of their purchase in the form of a credit note "in recognition of the withdrawal of such an exceptional artist in a rarely performed opera.
Caglayan said credit note of more than 80 countries were degraded after global crisis, "credit note of only 13 countries was upgraded.