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GEPC
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Direct debit increase makes no sense.

I paid £31.50 a month direct debit. After three months the account is £5.09 in debt. So BT has put my monthly Direct debit up to £42 a month (£10.50 increase). On that basis I'll be over £20 in credit at my next bill. I'm not flush with cash so begrudge over paying. If put the DD up by £4 a month to £35.50 I would pay the £5 debt off and be nearly £7 in credit. Is BT exploiting the situation?
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Keith_Beddoe
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Re: Direct debit increase makes no sense.

You could change to monthly whole bill direct debit, then you will not be in credit with BT.

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