This is a very good question where business ethics plays a vital role. "Legally" the company does not have to hold it for you. It should be a best practice to hold any merchandise that a customer makes a payment on. Most businesses conduct their business this way as a means of doing what is right. If someone was to accidentally sell your merchandise to someone else the retailer or business should make an extreme attempt to satisfy the customer and get them their original request. It is important to keep all documentation, receipts, etc. with any sale. You can go to court if the retailer does not come through with an item you have paid for but you must present a good case and have all documentation. Ususally the retailer or business will satisy your needs before it ever gets this far.
Contact the better business bureau for you answer.....
it depends on what the contract says - did you read it ?? Yes, it states and signed I paid $2000 down.
A half-down non-refundable deposit would be a 50% deposit on what you're making the deposit on (a $700 per month rent apartment might require a half-down deposit, i.e. $350), this deposit will not be returned at the end of the term / deal / transaction.
A deposit is a way of holding an item till the full amount can be paid. Normally a company will let you leave a deposit on an item for a certain amount of time till you can come up with the remainder. In most situations a deposit is not refundable unless agreed upon at the time of the deposit. So in short make sure you understand what a deposit is, and the terms of the deposit or you my just throw money away.
i think my interest and knowledge of the merchandise would be beneficial to the brand.
If you go to the merch news tab from the news drop down menu there is a list of stores that neopets merchandise is sold at.
An alluvial deposit is a place where a stream slows down and where people can go gold panning
It totally depends on which country you are from.Check the Terms and Conditions of the contract, which you should have done BEFORE you signed it. Some dealers will not refund a deposit or down payment.
Banking organizations usually write letter of credit. The purpose of the letter of credit is so that you don't have to put down a deposit. This deposit could be for an electric company or any such place. You do need good credit to get a letter of credit.
That depends on whether you signed anything when you put down the deposit, and whether it was a refundable deposit or a non-refundable one.
This is called a "Stalactite"
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When the wind starts to slow down it starts to deposit sand or other sediment.
Most banks require that a home buyer put down at least 25% of the value of the home on the deposit. Should one be able to put down more then the minimum deposit they could possible get a better interest rate on their mortgage.
Normally if you are putting a deposit down on a holiday, house, CAR, etc. and you pull out of the sale you will loose the deposit. Hope this helps
From Greek: deposit, from tithenai to lay down.
When the glaciers loose their force and slow down
The down payment and good faith deposit are often confused as one and the same. The down payment is the amount of cash a Buyer puts in to a purchase of a property. Example: John Doe is buying 100 Main St. for $100,000. Mr. Doe is applying for conventional financing with 20% down. Therefore, his downpayment would be $20,000. The good faith deposit is the amount of money given by the Buyer to the escrow agent in a real estate transaction. The escrow agent is usually an attorney for the seller or a title company. The good faith deposit can be the entire amount of the downpayment, or a portion. This is determined in the contract of sale.
The more you put down the smaller the monthly payments will be.
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A good faith deposit is a deposit put down on a large ticket item to show you are serious about buying it. It can be any amount agreed to buy the seller and buyer. Sometimes it holds a space or reserves something.
No, you do not. It's a down payment, not a security deposit.
"You will, in fact, need to provide some type of deposit down on a home you intend to purchase and the monies usually need to be in an easily accessible account, such as a checking or savings account, a 401k account or a bond."
A public road has been built near me and has been completed but is not 'officially' open and is marked as road closed. The company that built the road has a manned entrance at both ends to prevent access but I can get down the road. Is it illegal for me to cycle down there? Am I trespassing?
Yes you can get a mortgage if you earn £2000 a Month, but they may ask you to put a deposit down, click the link below for more info about a mortgage/deposit.http://www.creditchoices.co.uk/how-big-a-deposit-do-i-need-to-get-a-mortgage.html