EU Jet bust - update


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Guest

For those who followed the earlier thread "EU Jet bust" and were interested
in the outcome - it appears I have been refunded the full amount paid for a
ticket bought with a debit card.

Which is a great way to end the week.

A big thank you and well done to the EU Jet administrators. And a better
luck next time to EU Jet and its employees.
 
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Daytona

For those who followed the earlier thread "EU Jet bust" and were interested
in the outcome - it appears I have been refunded the full amount paid for a
ticket bought with a debit card.
Good stuff - well done !
 
T

Tumbleweed

For those who followed the earlier thread "EU Jet bust" and were
interested in the outcome - it appears I have been refunded the full
amount paid for a ticket bought with a debit card.

Which is a great way to end the week.

A big thank you and well done to the EU Jet administrators. And a better
luck next time to EU Jet and its employees.
awesome - congratulations.

Out of interest, do you know if the money came from the debit card company
or EU Jet?
 
G

Guest

Out of interest, do you know if the money came from the debit card company
or EU Jet?
The item appeared as a debit from EU Jet, so fingers crossed for all the
others out there (including my parents, who also paid by debit card! (over
£100)).
 
T

Tumbleweed

john boyle said:
Good!

Just to be clear here, as this could be an important point, do you really
mean "Credit" and did it appear on your Clearing Bank statement?
I wonder if they were putting this money in a seperate bank account for the
last few weeks before they went bust (so the directors couldnt be prosecuted
for trading whilst insolvent?). Would be a refreshing change if this
happened, pity Tiny Computers didnt do the same.
 
G

Guest

Good!
Just to be clear here, as this could be an important point, do you
really mean "Credit" and did it appear on your Clearing Bank statement?
I'm afraid that the only information I know is that the item appeared as
"DEB EU Jet IE" on my internet banking statement. What this means
technically, I don't know.
 
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Paul

For those who followed the earlier thread "EU Jet bust" and were
interested in the outcome - it appears I have been refunded the full
amount paid for a ticket bought with a debit card.
I assume that was a Visa Delta debit card, not Maestro/Switch?
 
J

john boyle

In message said:
I'm afraid that the only information I know is that the item appeared as
"DEB EU Jet IE" on my internet banking statement. What this means
technically, I don't know.
Hmm, its hard to know form that. Thanks anyway.
 
G

Guest

I assume that was a Visa Delta debit card, not Maestro/Switch?

Aye.

Out of interest, would Maestro/Switch be treated any differently then?
 
P

Paul

I assume that was a Visa Delta debit card, not Maestro/Switch?
Aye.

Out of interest, would Maestro/Switch be treated any differently then?
Yes - you'd have had far less protection with a Maestro/Switch debit card.
 
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G

Guest

The item appeared as a debit from EU Jet, so fingers crossed for all the
others out there (including my parents, who also paid by debit card! (over
£100)).
Just to note: My parents also got their refund too. It seems like they're
doing well in the administration process...
 

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