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there is this campany that keeps placing Naedo debit orders on my account, they have been doing this for two months now and I have been successful in reversing them. But since I knew nothing about this company I looked them up and it's a scam. Is there anyway the bank can stop them from placing these debit order permanently?
Please be advised that a debit order can only be cancelled with the company that is debiting you. Banks do not have the authority to do so and this is the reason why contact must be made with the company debiting you to cancel the debit order. The Bank can however assist you with loading a stop payment for the debit order amount whilst you are in the process of cancelling the debit order. You may contact us on 0860 101 341 to request that an unauthorized debit order be reversed but this needs to be done within 45 days of the debit order date.
I have been trying to stop and get information about who is debiting my account ,It seems its been going on for about 8 months now.
Put in my dispute ,the bank refunded me the previous months debit that was made.
Struggling to get someone to really help me, all I get told is that I need a conformation of cancellelation (how do you cancell something google cant even get)
They told me to go to a branch to get bank statements, apparenty I have to send a dispute for each debit they've made (why cant the account that debits me get disputed at once) anyway the bank teller tells me I can get all my staements on the new site.
The site only allows you toe get 3 months so I'll have to go to a branch again before I can send all my statements that the bank probably can get hold of.
does anyone know of a different or better route to follow
I have a question. Which one to buy a charger so it can charge my laptop in the car? In theory, only pick up the connector to the laptop, correctly observe the polarity, set the number of jars, capacity and forward? But the laptop has its own charge controller.
It is necessary to look at what kind of power supply of your laptop, if a simple 2-pin is possible then, I would not advise charging the charging function. I have a function to test the brush motors on the charging, that is, you can get an adjustable voltage source, and the amperage will charge on demand to some limit (I have 7A). a friend tried to charge the battery assembly lithium-ion with a built-in balancer, charges, but the balancer built in the block chopping off the charge before - charging it swears.