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The Consumer Rights Act 2015 says that any costs and charges should be made to clear to you before you pay. If a service ends up costing you an unexpectedly high amount, you should use Resolver to contact the service provider – you may be due some cash back!
You should note that if the original price was only an estimate, the price you pay is allowed to vary.
Additionally, a service provider is allowed to ask you for extra costs if they discover an unexpected issue that they couldn’t have reasonably known about when they quoted you a price (like when a builder finds asbestos in your house while renovating it – although this probably won't be relevant when it comes to online dating).
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