...Have any of them tried to cancel yet?...
Point of correction - a previous poster spoke about cancelling a direct debit by first contacting the supplier/company. I've copied this from the BACS website:
If you need to cancel a Direct Debit, simply write to your bank or building society. It is also a good idea to send a copy to the organisation concerned. Your bank or building society can make the cancellation up to and including the due date, but try not to leave it until the last minute or you run the risk of a payment being made. Remember that cancelling the Direct Debit simply stops paying the organisation. If you carry on receiving the goods or service then you will have to organise an alternative payment method.
Direct Debit form which asked for account number, sort code and bank name and address. I was not asked for my actual card number. Before signing up does anyone know if Direct Debit is now an option with 1899?
...There is no address (only a P.O. Box on the DD form) and a phone number is given somewhere in the FAQ's. Do you know if this is automated or can you actually speak to someone?
Has anyone else had a problem with 1899 and have they dealt with it efficiently? Is anyone else happy with 1899?
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