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What is a Direct Debit ?

A Direct Debit is an agreement between you and an organisation. It allows them to take regular payments from your account. Unlike standing orders, the amount isn't always fixed, so it can vary from payment to payment.
For this reason, Direct Debits are perfect for paying things like utility bills and credit card payments which can vary from month to month.
To see a list of your Direct Debits, along with other payments from your account, log into online banking and select your Profile.

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