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Hi,

 

i used to pay sky via online banking, which suited me down to the ground. However recently when asking, they said they dont give the details out anymore, obviously you can still physically pay them via this method, even if they dont like it..tuff!!

 

Just wondered if anyone out there had their sortcode and account number either on the back of an old bill or on their online banking??

 

any help appreciated.

 

thank you in advance

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They changed their bank details a few years ago and never provided any details of a new 'Collection' account, in ther incessant drive to prevent customers paying by a method Sky didn't want (basically, Sky only wants customers who will LET them take mney from their accounts, not those who wish to take control of the payment process.

 

Incidentally, even though your paid directly, Sky will still charge their 'Invoice' charge unless you get your account in credit that will cover the upgoming debit in FULL. If there is only a partial 'advance' payment, the invoice chatge is added to the total owed for that month.

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do the old ones not worked at all then? account closed? surley there must be someone out there..a sky employee maybe that has them, i think its discusting these companies try to control you, if they get there money, surley thats that...

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Do you want to play russian roulette with your own money? Be my guest. If it works, great - if it doesn't, it either gets lost in limbo and never is credited to your account, is credited to someone elses account and you never see it again unless THEY feel obliges to give it back to you. OR, it bounces back as invalid. With the odds so heavily stacked against making a successful payment, if Sky don't officially provide the details, you'd be silly to pursue it.

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true. spose you cant win them all.

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i would stay clear of bill payment to sky - too many do not reach the other side.

 

you can make payments through their website or sky active on your tv if you have card

 

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