I was given an onsite quote for electrical work: Total cost $550 the account received was for $850. When the account arrived there was no mention of the quote or how the final figure was calculated. When I quizzed the account the business replied that there was extra work involved. I was here overseeing the job and there was no extra work done. I have paid the undisputed amount ($550) and the Co. is now serving me with small debt papers to recover the $300 they say they're owed. 4 months after the work was done, I now get an explanation, on there followup account that they "don't give quotes and that to accept them to do your work they can charge what they wish?" (I'm dumbfounded as a consumer that I was not afforded the 'right' to accept or reject the $850 cost , had I been made aware, at that price they never would have got the job!). Debt help with a 'response to a minor civil dispute-minor debt' would be appreciated. Thanks in anticipation.