Hi, I would like some advice So what happened is that I entered a contract with my personal trainer for a six-week program. Turns out the price on the contract was incorrect and I was getting overcharged. At the end of the program, I was owed $305 worth of money. My trainer at the time was very hesitant to refund me, and tried to say things such as the debit company can't do refunds, or that he will give me make up sessions that would equate to $305. I eventually got him to agree to a refund, as if he didn't, he would have broken his terms of conditions for the contract. Which was a separate document that we both signed. However, he wants to charge me two sessions which we agreed outside the contract as make up sessions. I am told "I verbally agreed to this". At the time, I didn't know I was overcharged by $305! I thought it was about a session or two's worth (it was once I got home that I found out it was $305). So I contacted him and said to him I wanted to cancel one of the sessions (was going to only do one session out of respect to him as he is running a business and I notified him just over 48 hours till the session, which according to his Terms and Conditions is acceptable. He, however, later on says that these are old conditions from the old contract for the program and therefore are voided). He then becomes unwilling to cooperate and cancels one of the sessions and accepts my cancellation for the second, and expects a pay out for both. My question is, there was no contract nor any polices stated by the trainer at the time of discussion about make up sessions regarding cancellation fees and what not. I asked if he can provide me with a copy of any policies that support his claim and he said "it doesn't matter because you booked and agreed to them". I also didn't sign anything regarding make up sessions. Am I within my rights to challenge him from charging me an extra $140 (which he plans to take off the refund) under the Australian Consumer Law or Contract Law? He is very uncooperative and unprofessional and I would like to know before I go any further, as this is the only course of action. Thanks!