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Nothing to do with FIXYA dot com.

Contact BBC Licensing direct.

You can check your balance now by either:

  1. Signing into your payment card to view your payment history and balance.
  2. Calling our 24 hour automated enquiry service on 0300 555 0286*.
  3. Texting INFO along with your Customer Number (eg: INFO 123456789) to 64488.

How can I check my payment or savings card balance - TV ...

Come to think of it, you are probably in South Africa as they have no idea there they POST to!

SABC TV Licences

https://www.tvlic.co.za > tvlic > paypoints > paypoints_05
MY ACCOUNT. Check your Balance & Pay. It's never been easier to check your balance. Check Now. Manage your Account. If your account details have changed ...

SABC TV Licences

https://www.tvlic.co.za > tvlic
Other payment options include cheque or postal order payments through the postal system. MY ACCOUNT. Check your Balance & Pay. It's never been easier to check ...
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SOURCE: I want to pay my outstanding traffic fines. I was told that I cannot get a new licence disc due to an outstanding fine which I am not aware of.

I would think you need to contact your local Department of Motor Vehicles. Not sure anyone on a car and truck repair advice forum will be of any help at all.

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SOURCE: outstanding amount on my dstv account no 54937468

You'll need to contact dstv about that. We have nothing to do with them.

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Re: Information on your declined payment
Monday, January 7, 2013 1:36 AM





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"[email protected]" <[email protected]>


there is no currency involved in this transaction, balance due 0000 yet it won\'t pass
From: "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
To: Mary Plumisto <[email protected]>
Sent: Monday, January 7, 2013 1:26 AM
Subject: Information on your declined payment


[img src="http://images.paypal.com/en_US/i/logo/logo_emailheader_113wx46h.gif" alt="PayPal" border="0">[img src="http://images.paypal.com/en_US/i/scr/pixel.gif" alt="" border="0">Dear Mary Plumisto,
Unfortunately, you\'ve hit your initial PayPal sending limit of $10,000.00 USD. That\'s why your recent payment was declined.

Your sending limit is the maximum amount of money you can send or use for purchases before you need to become Verified.
Why do I need to verify my account?

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Dues must show automatically

Can you not show as such

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