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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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Undercharging the system further should cause superheat to increase while subcooling should remain approximately equal to zero.
Since 2000, firms have paid the following for undercharging commercial customers:
But in my recollection the characters he held up for our admiration wer e gentle, harmless, marginal beings who showed their insubordination in such acts as dramatically undercharging the elderly at the checkout counter at which they work.
Somerfield and Sainsbury's were the worst offenders for overcharging and undercharging errors at check-outs.
PHONE giants Eircom, the company at the centre of multi-million pound takeover talks, has discovered it has been UNDERCHARGING its customers.
The research found that overcharging, undercharging and missing items completely has more than doubled in the last six months, compared to the first half of the year.
corporation from making interest-free loans to a foreign subsidiary or undercharging a subsidiary that manufactures in a low-tax country for patents or other intangibles needed to make the product.
In virtually all instances of undercharging that have surfaced to date, Sarasin explained, the original transaction was based on a good-faith agreement between shipper and carrier.
But by undercharging today's beneficiaries, we put off costs until tomorrow.
'The scam included undercharging of building approvals, approvals without valid proof of ownership, suspected fake payment receipts not supported by deposits among others," Mutua said.
A JUDGE has blasted prosecutors for "undercharging" a yob over a gang attack on a man who confronted violent scrambler bike thugs.
Nehar Rahman, owner of the nursery, said a manager had apologised for the undercharging but added: "We couldn't accept PS40 a month as it would take over two years to pay o the outstanding amount.