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djpinky
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Registered: 17-05-2011

Payment Type

It says that when using the option of direct debit you pay an extra £1.50 for that privilege? I would just like to know how else i can pay my bill because id rather not be paying £1.50.. seems a little daft ;s x
jim:red All caps in title removed as per Forum Rules mod:end
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Re: Payment Type

You have it the wrong way round
With direct debit there is no extra charge but there is with credit or debit card
jojopillo
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Re: PAYMENT TYPE...

Hi djpinky,
Where does it say that. It's actually a £1.50 charge for non-direct debit payers.
Jojo Smiley
djpinky
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Re: Payment Type

SORRRRRYYYYYY !!!!!!!!! I have totally read it wrong, sorry for wasting time :l ooopppssyy Tongue x