We've heard of some astronomical charges in our time, but this one could take the cake. Fair Go goes into bat for a young Dunedin couple who get caught out when they rent a home, then decide they can't afford it. It takes them 20 minutes to change their minds, that's right, 2-0, but that doesn't stop them from owing more than a thousand dollars in associated costs. Big warning of what not to do, as well as important contract information everyone should know.
Fair Go goes on the chase after a rogue fencer who's left a trail of destruction across Christchurch and in Invercargill. His customers are owed thousands. They're fed up and not only left with massive debt, but also a massive clean up from his shoddy work. When we confront the tradie responsible he does what so many cowboys do and denies all knowledge, but then he goes a step further, and even denies his own name. It's a must see battle of Fair Go fierceness versus a foolhardy fencer.
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