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I am currently using centrepay to pay my landlord,can i stop the payments online?

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Yes and no. Go online to centrelink and ask them to call you back on their contact page with a mobile phone number as they will not do anything online and most likely will once they have you on the phone and confirm your identity and will help you. The reason is how long it takes on hold to get through to centrelink other wise wait on hold for 50 minutes on the phone or longer.

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Log into your bank's online banking website.
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