In their letter, they inform me that they haven’t been able to process a direct debit charge to my account recently, and refer to the reason details in the following paragraph. Reason, I read there: none given.
Thank you soooo much!
I would have to give them a call to inquire, if it wasn’t for the fact that the direct debit holder had already sent a letter a whole week earlier, charging me with the outstanding payment plus a late payment fee. The request had been declined due to insufficient funds, fair enough.
Imbeciles are everywhere.
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