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Discussion in 'Nominet Tag Holders' started by grantw, Aug 12, 2006.

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    grantw Well-Known Member

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    I've made a payment on my credit account via the secure pages (not via the link in the monthly invoice email which I usually use), does anyone know how long this takes to show on your account?? I thought it was instant but seems not?

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    forget that, payment is now showing.

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    What happens if you put your bank acc. details into the online site?

    Do they take the money on the last day due.. ie so you get max credit days.
     
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    Hmm, not sure - I'm wary of any new Nominet features until they've been proven to work OK for at least a couple of years :)

    Grant
     
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    Its a bit of a pain cos' only one of my cards (mastercard) works on the online payments and it takes a week to transfer money to that card.

    This month I maxed that card and as a result was a couple days late making the Nom payment (having to wait for the transfer), was a bit worried Nom was gonna suspend me lol.

    But guess there not that on the ball.. cos your alot latter making payment then I was :-D

    Anyone here using the bank debit wotnot?
     
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