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debit advice procedure
There are many ways to pay, such as direct debit, on-line, by telephone, by mail, in-person, or by wire transfers. Direct debiting is fast and simple to set up. Please fill out a new contact request if you wish to modify your direct debit. Credit and debit card accepted.
You need your local rate number. You will find these in the top left-hand corner of your municipal income statement. You can pay by telephone with our 24-hour line 0870 707 7776. Use Allpay to pay your local taxes by SMS. You can use your local government income taxes bank number as your billing number.
You will find these in the top left-hand side of your municipal income statement. Submit a check to be paid to Bristol City Hall. Enter your municipal income taxes number on the front of the check, in the upper right part of the area. Mail to: Taxation locally (100TS), P.O. Box 3176, Bristol, BS3 NFS.
At one of our offices you can pay in full by check, debit card or credit card. Bring your municipal income statement or your credit card with you. By the post office: Pay with your card, check or money. Your local taxes bill or your card must be with you. Issue checks to Post Office Ltd.
Wait five workingdays until payment has been made to your bankroll. Make sure you have a paidzone or paypoint socket: Bring your credit card with you. It accepts either debit card or bank transfer, while Paypoint points only accepts bank transfer. Locate the closest post office, paypoint or paypoint. In order to make a periodic deposit from a Bristol Pound bankroll, visit the Bristol Pound website.
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Wherever you see the Mastercard acceptor symbol, you can use your debit card. In the case of a subsequent disbursement that occurs on a non-business date, such as a week-end or public holidays, please note that the disbursement will be handled on the next workday. They have until 15.00 on the date on which a disbursement is due to deposit sufficient balanced monies to fulfill this disbursement.
If, however, bills of exchange and wire transfer due in the near term have been established by phone bank, you must have balanced the available resources to make these payment by 5 a.m. on the date they are due. To find out more and to see if you can send/receive a faster payment, please go to the UK Payment website (opens in a new window).
The Faster Payments Service will only process transactions if both the beneficiary banks and/or Bausparkasse are members of the system. Every banking or bausparkasse has its own limit for faster settlements, which can change from occasion to occasion.