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New service to take the pain out of telling more than one bank about death of a loved one - The Sun

The SunNew service to take the pain out of telling more than one bank about death of a loved oneThe SunAt least 16 banks have signed up to the Death Notification Service which will simplify the process of informing providers when someone has died. Banks, credit card providers and energy suppliers are among the services that need to be told about a death.14-06-2018

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New service to take the pain out of telling more than one bank about death of a loved one
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At least 16 banks have signed up to the Death Notification Service which will simplify the process of informing providers when someone has died. Banks, credit card providers and energy suppliers are among the services that need to be told about a death.

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