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Actually, this is the whole point why they insist on taking a deposit and to be fair, you were made aware at the start of the contract. Making three on-time payments works in your favour by building up your credit score and ensuring you can upgrade without need of a further deposit, If you keep a record of what you have been told about the 2 days not making a difference you will hopefully get the deposit back as agreed.
But....an adviser cannot say that with any degree of certainty.as everything is automated. I too suspect you may have some degree of difficulty getting the deposit back on the 4th bill. I hope I'm wrong and wish you the very best of luck.
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