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Engie, Orange, Netflix… Direct debits from this bank’s customers soon to be suspended: here’s how to avoid it

Salaries and other remuneration could also be impacted.

"Hello, please regularize your payment as quickly as possible." Thousands of people have received this kind of message, by SMS or e-mail. In principle, the authorities warn against this type of communication, which is often fraudulent. But for nearly a million people, this is a real warning before their subscription with #39 is suspended. 39;an energy supplier (Engie, Suez), internet and telephone (Orange, SFR, Bouygues or Free), ;#39;a various service (Canal+, Netflix, Spotify, gym…). Even the taxes could warn you…hellip; and your salary or pension will no longer be paid.

Typically, a certain number of these subscriptions are paid each month. When you have subscribed à a contract of this type, the companyé asked you to enter a RIB in order to collect it monthly. Since that day, the flow rate has always been the same, at least once. the same date, and you can benefit from the service without asking any questions. Except that in recent weeks, some users have had the unpleasant surprise of receiving a restraining order. pay their debts as quickly as possible. because they could not be collected.

They all have one thing in common: having an account with HSBC. Or at least, CCF. This is the "new" bank which succeeded to the British group since January 1st. After 19 years under the HSBC flag, Cré commercial de France has resumed its name, abandoned by in 2005. For customers, switching automatically from HSBC to CCF should have been painless. But everyone will ultimately have to take steps.

Engie, Orange, Netflix… Direct debits from this bank’s customers soon to be suspended: here’s how to avoid it

The 800,000 people concerned must send their new RIB to all the organizations which collect them each month. Indeed, according to the bank's management, the RIBs published by HSBC are supposed to remain valid until June 30, 2024. However, incidents have already occurred. ;eacute;jà été observed by certain customers, reports Le Figaro, leading to the suspension of direct debits.

All CCF customers must therefore ensure that their new RIB has been successfully completed. taken into account for the payment of their subscriptions because, à From July 1st, the old RIBs will become permanently unusable. If they do not provide their new banking details, these customers risk receiving reminder letters, possibly having late payment interest pay late interest and, above all, see their subscription end.

Furthermore, in order to be certain of receiving the money that you must receive at the beginning or end of the month, your new RIB must imperatively to be communicated &agrav; your employer, your pension fund, France Travail (formerly P&ole emploi) or any other entity; who pays you. You should also not forget to make the change to the tax office.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116