A guy caused a stir on social media after posting a debit order which recently went through on his account. As most people are aware, when it is month end there are a lot of transactions that go through on bank accounts. When the salary is paid, debit orders also follows leaving some people with less money for other monthly expenses.
While some people do not have a lot of debts, there are individuals who have higher expenses. Amongst those people was a guy who had a R12000 debit order.
He mentioned on his caption that every month end it becomes hard to accept that his money has to settle debts. Some were wondering what he was paying because of the total amount. See more of people's reactions down below;A debit order is a commitment between you and a third party to take an agreed amount of money out of your bank account every month to pay for a service or to repay a loan.
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