Lastminute.com apologises as competition watchdog threatens legal action over £1m in unpaid refunds
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Lastminute.com apologises as competition watchdog threatens legal action over £1m in unpaid refunds

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astminute.com has apologised to customers after the UK’s competition watchdog threatened the online travel firm with court action unless it quickly pays out £1 million in outstanding refunds.

In late November the company signed a legal undertaking with the Competition and Markets Authority to pay back around £7 million to more than 9,000 customers whose package holidays were cancelled last year due to the pandemic.

The CMA set a deadline of January 31 to pay in full, but it said today that refunds totalling more than £1 million are still due 2,600 customers. It said that unless the money is paid out within seven days, court action will follow.

The watchdog said it also found that the company failed to meet its ongoing commitment…

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