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Hi can anyone help plz what's the difference between bank payment pending and bank repayment pending thanks 

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By Wanderer
15th Jan 2021 05:26

Will you listen to answers bearing in mind your last post?

Tapper147 wrote:

Why don’t you get [***] I’m on here for help as I don’t no I’m not on here to listen to your sarcastic comments thanks

& your apparent refusal to take the advice given in that thread?
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By lionofludesch
15th Jan 2021 11:43

Give Tapper credit. It took a lot of courage to post again after his last thread.

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By Youareatit
15th Jan 2021 11:59

Courage? No.

Courage wouldve been to go back to the original thread, apologise and ask again.

Problem was, he had two answers from Accountants on his other thread before he kept asking again and again, but he just ignored them. I pointed him in the direction of those two accountants, by using initials rather than full names and he got sweary.

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By User deleted
15th Jan 2021 08:23

You asked about your repayment umpteen times before and then was insulting. Why should ANYONE help you now?

Just ring HMRC like anybody else would to chase a repayment..

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By Truthsayer
15th Jan 2021 11:50

That'll keep him busy until April.

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By bernard michael
15th Jan 2021 08:54

it's all in the letters"re"

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By Truthsayer
15th Jan 2021 11:34

Re his question, re is the answer.

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By Paul Crowley
15th Jan 2021 10:14

Payment goes on way
repayment goes the other way

Terms reversed for the other party to the contract

A bit like debit and credit

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By lionofludesch
15th Jan 2021 11:16

The repayment is the side nearest the window.

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By bernard michael
15th Jan 2021 11:27

lionofludesch wrote:

The repayment is the side nearest the window.

As that's the debit it surely depends if you are the payer or the payee

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By Truthsayer
15th Jan 2021 11:38

It's like the difference between peat and repeat, or a petition and a repetition, or verse and reverse. Language is so complicated, innit.

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