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  1. Just received a renewal notice for my Drivers Digital Tacho Card (expires mid Nov) As I am now retired, I do not plan to drive lorries any more, and indeed do not have a valid Drivers CPC Is it necessary to tell DVLA, there is no place to do so on the form, only to renew or just cancel/destroy on renewal date?
  2. Jon Dinham

    digi bill

    Hi, firstly I would like to say sorry as I may be in the wrong place to ask this, but it is to do with money and my bank. So anyway, my friend last Christmas was staying for a few days and one night drunkenly and idiotically used my card to pay for some subscription on TVX. I have only just noticed that it was actually a monthly subscription and he did not just sign up for one month which he had thought. So basically I have tried to contact TVX to cancel the £9.99 subscription but had no luck in getting through to them. My bank have said they can cancel it but I am worried because apparently this is a 12 month contract subscription. However my mate said he just used my card, there was no contract involved, certainly nothing that I have signed, I have not had anything through the post, no proof of anything. So cancelling something like this, is it something I should just get my bank to do? Or is it not as simple as this? Could I get in trouble? Many thanks for reading, hope someone can help.
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