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Get answers to frequently asked questions about how to set up direct deposit, mobile deposits, fee-free ATMs and more on the T-Mobile MONEY FAQ. Purchase digital content such as apps, music, movies and more and pay for it on your mobile phone bill. No need for your wallet or card payment details. i try to pay off my bills online but it keeps saying enter a vaild number. And my cards are working fine. Has anyone been running into this.

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Make a payment

It's easy, quick and secure to make an online payment. 

All you need is your payment reference number (e.g. Council Tax account or an invoice number) and your payment card details. You can use your bank debit card or credit card to pay online: Visa, MasterCard, Visa Delta and Electron are all accepted.

Council tax

Make a council tax payment online

View our Council tax pages for how to setup direct debit payments and other ways of paying and support.

Business rates

Make a business rates payment online

View our Business rates pages for how to setup direct debit and other ways of paying.

Other

Parking penalties

See Paying parking fines page to find out how to pay and how to challenge a fine.  See paying by phone below.

Garden waste

View Garden waste pages for more details on the garden waste process and how to pay

Licence payments

View Licensing pages for more information on how to apply, renew and make payments.

Street naming and numbering - Address change

View Street naming pages for more information on how to apply and make payment.

Self builds

View Self build pages for more detail on how to pay and renew.

Building control fees

See Building control pages for charges and fees

Other invoice payment

Sundry Debtors Housing benefit overpayments

Help making a payment

If you have a problem making an online payment, please:

  • call us during office hours on 01594 810000

Telephone payments

Please call 01594 810000 and select option 1 for our automated telephone payments service which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can use this method of payment for:

  • Council Tax
  • Business rates
  • Benefit overpayments
  • Other invoices (sundry debtors) except parking penalty charges

All you need is your payment reference number (eg Council Tax account or an invoice number) and your payment card details. You can use your bank debit card or credit card to pay online: Visa, MasterCard, Visa Delta and Electron are all accepted.Diners Card and American Express can't be used.

Bank transfer

When making a direct payment to the Council please use the following details:

  • Account name: Forest of Dean District Council Current Account
  • Account number: 00833506
  • Sort code: 30-91-87

Pay by Direct Debit

This is the easiest method of payment both for you as the customer and for the Council. It saves you the worry of remembering to pay each month, of writing a cheque, buying a stamp, posting a letter or standing in a queue at the Post Office or the Council's Cashiers office. Payment by Direct Debit is covered by a guarantee for your peace of mind. This payment method can be used for:

  • Council tax
  • Business Rates

Please see further information on paying by Direct Debit including a downloadable form and details of the Direct Debit guarantee on:

Payment security

This is a secure website so you can be confident that your payment details are transmitted and stored in a secure and confidential way. The information you give us electronically will only be used for the purpose you intended.

If you are in a public place we strongly advise you to make sure that you are not being observed by someone when you enter your details. This is to prevent them being misused by someone else.

Click on the VeriSign logo on the Online Payments pages to check our status.

Refund and cancellations policy for internet transactions

For goods and services being purchased via the Council's website:

  • Where the Council fails to deliver in line with our standards, then a full refund will be made
  • The credit / debit card used for the payment will be refunded
  • This will be done as soon as possible but within 14 days of the refund being agreed by the Council
  • Cancellations will only be refunded at the discretion of the Council
  • If the cancellation is agreed by the Council, the customer must take reasonable care of any goods already supplied by the Council until they are collected by the Council
  • If the Council agrees to a refund following a cancellation, then this will be carried out in line with the above.

Where the Council agrees that a refund is due for Council Tax, Business Rates or another payment not  covered under the list above, then:

  • The credit / debit card used for the payment will be refunded
  • This will be done as soon as possible but within 14 days of the refund being agreed by the Council.
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    3. Rules of use: The Paym Mark should be legible wherever it is used, to ensure this the minimum size is: • Min width for print 10mm • Min width for digital 41px To protect our Paym Mark and to stop it appearing cramped or cluttered, our defined safe clearance area is no less than 25% of the total height of the Paym Mark in all directions. No other graphic element should encroach this space. These Terms of Use do not grant you any rights to edit, amend or vary in any way whatsoever any element of the Paym Mark that has been made available to you.
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    What to Do If You're Concerned About the T-Mobile Data Breach

    There’s no easy way to prevent a thief from using your Social Security number or your driver’s license number, but there are things you can do to limit the impact of having such personal info exposed to criminals.

    Freeze your credit. That makes it difficult for identity thieves to open new accounts in your name. It requires contacting each of the three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion.

    Because of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the bureaus are offering free weekly credit reports through April 20, 2022. Before the pandemic, each offered a single free report annually and charged $20 for additional reports.

    You’ll need to lift the freeze temporarily when you want to give a company access to your credit information—say, if you’re applying for a credit card or a car loan, or you want to rent an apartment.

    Beef up your password game. While password information doesn’t seem to have been affected by the T-Mobile breach, the company is suggesting that customers change their passwords by logging in to their accounts or calling customer service by dialing 611 on their cell phones, although as of the morning of Friday, Aug. 20, the wait to talk to a representative was 45 minutes.

    While using a different password for each account is one of the basic principles of digital security, if you sometimes recycle passwords, you should also change the passwords on other accounts that have the same credentials used on your T-Mobile account.

    This might also be a good incentive to start using a password manager, a service that helps you create and store unique, complex passwords for each of your accounts.

    Use multifactor authentication. In addition to using strong, unique passwords for every online account, it’s also smart to set up multifactor authentication, often called two-factor authentication.

    When you turn on MFA, which is available for financial sites, social media sites, and many others, you need your password plus a second form of ID to log in. That way, if thieves get your password, they still won’t be able to access your account. The most common way to use MFA is probably to have the site send you a text message with a code that you enter into a pop-up box, but security experts say it’s better to use a smartphone app or physical security key. 

    Delete unused accounts. Any data breach can serve as a reminder that the more digital accounts you have, the greater the risk of your data being misused or stolen. You obviously can’t delete your cellular account, but you can take some time to locate other accounts that you haven’t used in years. Begin by typing your usernames, old and new, into a search engine and looking for combinations of your name and email address. You can also look for phrases such as “welcome to” or “new account” in your inbox, or look for saved log-ins in your search engines.

    For more information on enhancing your digital security, use the CR Security Planner, a free tool that can help you create and save a personalized to-do list.

    Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with information about services T-Mobile is offering customers affected by the data breach. The article was originally published Aug. 16, 2021.

    Источник: https://www.consumerreports.org/data-theft/t-mobile-data-breach-what-to-do-a7157173229/
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