In order for a direct debit to be valid, the debtor, ie: consumer, must sign a mandate to authorise the creditor to debit their account. A mandate can be signed in a traditional manner using pen and paper or digitally. The digitalisation of a direct debit mandate has caused its share of confusion and resistance. … Continue reading What will eIDAS change for the electronic signing of SEPA mandates?
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