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debit note

a document issued by a supplier to a customer charging the customer for any additional products supplied to the customer for which payment has not been received.
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TT2 Limited, the operator of the Tyne Tunnels, has introduced the direct debit top-up for its pre-paid customers as part of a programme of digital enhancements to improve user experience.
Chris Ward, customer operations manager at TT2 Limited, said: "We are very pleased to be able to offer customers not only the ability to top up efficiently on their mobile phones but also to provide real-time alerts to traffic issues." Phil Smith, chief executive of real-time traffic TT2 Limited, said: "We're delighted to be able to introduce direct debit top-ups, as we're confident it will make it quicker and easier for our regular customers to get on their way.
Yet what's fascinating about the data Octopus Energy has kindly provided me - on the perfect direct debit cycle - is the long time lag for this all to take effect.
The company will provide resources and offerings to help customers manage their direct debit systems.
'Businesses can collect payments from its clients efficiently by debiting clients' bank account on recurring basis determine when and how much to debit their clients once the direct debit mandate is obtained from them,' he said.
LOTS of you contacted me about problems with direct debits after I mentioned them here a few weeks ago One of the letters about a scam was so concerning that I want to share it with you.
The direct debit module, provides the facility for the beneficiaries to debit the accounts of multiple payers and seek single credit such as bill payments and periodic repayments.
To be in with a chance of winning, residents must register to pay their council tax bill by Direct Debit by September 30.
One customer who contacted the Mirror said his direct debit had trebled, from PS60 to PS180.
One customer who contacted CityDesk said his direct debit had trebled, from PS60 to PS180.