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    A Christchurch shopper is urging people to check their bank statements after being overcharged five-fold

    A Christchurch shopper is urging people to check their bank statements after being overcharged five-fold


    Eftpos company Windcave has admitted it's at fault for Christmas shoppers being overcharged on Saturday.

    Simon Hunter says other shoppers need to double-check, after he was overcharged for goods worth one hundred and 35 dollars, at The Warehouse.

    He says it would have been a miserable Christmas if the refund hadn't come back yesterday.

    Windcave says wrong charges were made for some merchants processing the Windcave-BNZ link for an hour on Saturday afternoon.

    The company says they're in the process of working with the bank to reverse the charges.

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