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Old 4th October 2004, 17:24   #1
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How can I increase the standing order amount that MUST have each month?
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Old 5th October 2004, 01:03   #2
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Thanks to Duncan Drasdo for the answer to this question.

Because your standing order is an arrangement with your bank (you set it up with them - we just help you fill out the form) you need to ask them. Most banks will allow you to amend the amount of a standing order. Just make sure they continue to quote the correct reference (your 9 digit membership number with no other letters, spaces or other characters whatsoever).

But please note: if you try to set up your standing order by submitting a new form to your bank, you will likely be creating a SECOND standing order unless you cancel the first!

The best advice: call your bank and ask them what you should do.
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