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A company i owe money to is supposed to be taking a direct debit from my account on thursday which i set up over the phone about 3 weeks ago, i cant find the companies contact details and i need to cancel it for this week as my husband hasnt worked a full week so we wont be able to afford it. Is it posssible to ask the bank to stop any direct debits leaving my account? I have viewed my account online and the direct debit isnt showing because usually its only available to view when the first payment has been requested. I would rather prevent the payment than getting a charge from the bank.... thanks in advance.

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Hi

Contact your Bank 1st thing tomorow and tell them not to let the DD go through on Thursday.

They will put a stop on it under the DD guarantee

 

RO

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Thanks, will do....

T Mobile (Red) £194.58 Cleared - November 2008 - Statute Barred

Capital One (Lowell) £2182.45 Cleared - June 2010 - No credit agreement

Yes Car Credit (Go Debt) £7143.70 Cleared - July 2010 - Statute Barred

HSBC (Lowell/Red) £8476.37 Cleared - July 2010 - Statute Barred

Tesco Loan PPI £2668 - March 2013 - Refund

 

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What are the payments in reation to? Are the payments to a Debt Collectors?

 

If they are when you are in a position to make payment, do not set up a DD. Set up a Standing Order.

 

The amount of a Standing Orders can only be varied by you, DD's can be varied by both parties.

HAVE YOU BEEN TREATED UNFAIRLY BY CREDITORS OR DCA's?

 

BEWARE OF CLAIMS MANAGEMENT COMPANIES OFFERING TO WRITE OFF YOUR DEBTS.

 

 

Please note opinions given by rory32 are offered informally as a lay-person in good faith based on personal experience. For legal advice, you must always consult a registered and insured lawyer.

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