Mar 10 2015

Banking Billet

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The country starts in the monday (day 22 of June) to give good bye to traditional billets of paper. In day 19 of October, Dbito Direto Autorizado enters in air (DDA), system created by the banks that allow to the electronic payment of these billets, using canals as the Internet or the cellular one. In second, day 22, starts the daily pay-cadastre of the people interested in adhering to the system. The DDA will allow that the customers visualize and pay to its billets without the necessity of a copy printed. Each is esteem that currently 2 billion billets per year are emitted, with an average value of R$ 1 a thousand. The DDA will be available for invoices as pertaining to school, plain monthly fees of health, condominiums and financings. The collections of concessionaires of public services do not enter in the system in this first phase. According to coordinating of project DDA in the Febraban, Leonardo Ribeiro, the adhesion to the system will be an option of the customer, and not of the bank or the collector.

From the next monday, the banks are authorized to divulge the system between the customers and to make a species of ' ' daily pay-cadastramento' ' of interested parties, Ribeiro.Para says the banks, the changes can represent an excellent economy, with the reduction of costs with impression and sending of collections. For the customers, the new system will be an alternative to the current modes of payment. The implantation of the DDAdeve to reduce for the half the document impression in a stated period of three years. According to Febraban (Brazilian Federacy of Banks), each institution goes to decide the form to implant the DDA. ' ' Each bank will define the canals that goes to offer customer to it to have access to the DDA, as Internet, cellular, box eletrnico' ' , Walter Tadeu de Faria says, assessor technician of the Febraban.A idea to start with the billet is because it is known in all the used country and for physical and legal people (of small great transport).

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