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edited 23 February at 12:10PM in Savings & investments
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A couple of things:
It only gives you a few hours to undo it.
So 45p for the autosave plus >£10 for going overdrawn if I hadn't stopped it.
I actually think this is pretty bad, and although I was able to stop it, it caused undue stress at the time. 1st autosave should be slow with lots of warning (at least 24hrs, preferably more), after the 4th or 5th time maybe a few hours is OK as you will have seen some transactions already.
Almost made me want to close the account completely, but able to turn it off and change settings. Still think it's a bit naughty and will trip people up and trick people into doing something they don't really intend or want to do.
Do I need to do anything at this point?
Linked account authorisation lasts for only 90 days - you will need to update it in 90 days or earlier. It's very easy, just a couple of clicks.