Hi Guys, Around September last year, one of my neighbours approached me about removing an asbestos fence and installing a new colourbond fence on the boundary wall. They suggested it would cost $2500 or $1250 each I agreed at the time both to the fence change over and to paying for half the cost of the fence. My neighbour has removed the old fence himself and cleared the surrounding area in preparation for the new fence. In October, the new fence was installed. In January, I enquire as to how to pay my share (all good so far). In February, I am presented with an invoice for $2550. The total for the colourbond fence was $5100 (31 metres x ~$160/M) Problem - the written invoice from the fencing company is twice the amount quoted to me by my neighbour. Additionally, the usually installed cost of colourbond fencing is ~$80/M Today, I approached the fencing company to get an idea of why the invoice was so high (I was expecting an admin error where I was invoiced for 31 Lengths rather than 31 metres). Their response thus far has been to simply resend the invoice with, this time for 34 metres at ~$150/M (A bit perplexing given the boundary is only 31 metres long) What recourse would I have to dispute the value of the invoice under Australian Consumer Law?