Does the offer force me to pay an exit fee
if I want to get out of the contract?
However, I was then contacted by lots of readers telling me they had been charged an exit fee
With no application fee, free legal work and valuation and Au400* cashback to cover the cost of their existing lender s exit fee
, landlords can now switch across without being out of pocket.
An SSE spokesman said: "The exit fee
is normally PS50 per customer for fixed discount tariffs and this is also detailed in our terms and conditions.
If you have completed your first year contract with Sky you can simply leave without paying an exit fee
Vehicles queue as they leave Gibraltar as the British territory's chief minister accused Spain of acting like North Korea for suggesting it could impose a new entry and exit fee
The Spanish club have confirmed the former Newcastle striker has parted company with them after the exit fee
in his contract was paid via the league yesterday.
also noted that during the 1990s, thrift institutions that wanted to leave the Savings Association Insurance Fund and join the Bank Insurance Fund were charged an exit fee
in order to pay for some of the billions of dollars of costs incurred from savings and loan failures.
They have imposed tough lending terms, including an interest rate of 4% above current market rates and an exit fee
of 14% in relation to a pounds 90m portion of the facility if it has not been repaid by January, 2013.
I knew that it was going to cost me dearly to stay parked but I didn't want to leave the car park because I didn't know if I could afford the exit fee
It will not apply to defined-benefit funds or accounts with a significant exit fee
In the face of an increasing number of so-called 'rate tarts' - people who move their mortgage from lender to lender in search of better deals - many companies upped the exit fee
they charge in a bid to recoup some of the loss.