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Undercharge

To assess a buyer too little for a product. For example, one may sell an antique car worth $50,000 for $10,000. Because pricing is somewhat subjective, it can be difficult to determine when someone has been undercharged.
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Since 2000, firms have paid the following for undercharging commercial customers:
Grossly undercharging stymies the court in sentencing and the use of a lesser charge in a case of this sort is particularly concerning.
So we are trying to step in with unique codes to understand which hospital is either overcharging or undercharging.
I certainly wish the prosecution advocate to take the matter back to the Crown Prosecution Service that in my judgement there has been good measure of undercharging on this particular matter.
The Legacy Arctic battery delivers optimal voltage, capacity and service life in cold storage and freezer applications, while protecting against undercharging and derationing of capacity and charge acceptance.
Its Chief Constable Stephen House, in a report out next week, says: "Under the current charging regime, there is a constant, considerable undercharging of football clubs.
In the second undercharging incident of the week, our shopper was not charged for the Evian.
And he told the court: "In this town, day after day, there is gross undercharging of offences.
5 percent, said Bill Hall, the city's electrical services administrator, who noted that the city currently is undercharging those customers.
Unbalanced charging can refer either to the overcharging or to the undercharging of an industrial battery.
Contractors are undercharging customers, at the risk of their own business' success, according to the second annual Intuit Construction Business Solutions industry study, conducted to better understand the business needs and challenges of the industry.
You could be overcharging or, more importantly to you, undercharging and not making any profit.