BBC tv tax and direct debit - new rules
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« on: October 06, 2020, 12:04:16 pm »

The BBC has now placed new rules in for cancelling your tv tax. 

You can no longer cancel your direct debit to them without their permission. 

This is an issue since they shut their system down that allows you to cancel your tv tax (due to covid) and they tell you to wait until the system is back online in order to cancel. 

I cancelled my tv tax direct debit before the new rule change. 

Now you have to explain why you want them to cancel your direct debit with them and they have to approve and do it for you. 

It needs to be noted that every other direct debit, can be cancelled by you, without the business. government, etc agreeing. 
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