overbill

verb
over·​bill | \ˌō-vər-ˈbil \
overbilled; overbilling

Definition of overbill 

: to submit a bill (see bill entry 4 sense 4a) of charges to someone for an amount in excess of what is due : to bill for an excessive amount The contractor overbilled us for the work. Thousands of customers were overbilled. The government agency alleges he overbilled nearly $1 million in that five-year period …— Pamela Fayerman … fraud is uncommon—somewhere between 0.5 per cent and five per cent of doctors overbill intentionally …— Pamela Fayerman

First Known Use of overbill

1969, in the meaning defined above

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