put those charges in dispute / have disputed those charges [dispute]

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petalito

Senior Member
Colombia - Spanish
I called to complain about some unknown charges a company imposed me.

What could be right to say?

-They put those charges in dispute
-They have disputed those charges
-They disputed those charges.
 
  • xqby

    Senior Member
    English (U.S.)
    They all sound sort of odd, why are you using "they"? I'd say:

    "I have disputed the charges." or
    "I disputed the charges."
     

    petalito

    Senior Member
    Colombia - Spanish
    They all sound sort of odd, why are you using "they"? I'd say:

    "I have disputed the charges." or
    "I disputed the charges."
    I used "they" because I thought that the company that was charging me wrongly was the one that disputed the charges for my petition, as they should credited the money to me, but in this case first they disputed the charges

    Am I totally wrong?
     

    petalito

    Senior Member
    Colombia - Spanish
    Can I ask:
    What happen with the disputed charges?

    Would be correct?
    or would it better to say:

    What happen with the charges that have been disputed?
     

    petalito

    Senior Member
    Colombia - Spanish
    Hi

    I have problems using that word.

    This is the situation, am I using it properly

    My phone company is charging me for services that another company is charging to my account. I complained and the customer service person I spoke with disputed those charges.

    I will call today to know what happened with the charges that have been disputed.

    Can I ask:

    What happened with the disputed charges?
    Or
    What happened with the charges that have been disputed?
    Or
    What happened with the charges that you put in dispute?
     
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