Debtors may cover their liabilities with SEPA Direct Debits.
- Debtors may be individuals and business entities that submit a SEPA Direct Debit Mandate to KB
- SEPA Direct Debit Mandate may only be submitted for current accounts in EUR, using a paper form at KB branches or via KB direct banking solutions – MojeBanka, MojeBanka Business or Profibanka
- Debtor signs an agreement with payment creditor (so-called Mandate), authorising the creditor to collect payments from debtor’s account by means of SEPA Direct Debit
Creditors may initiate SEPA Direct Debits.
- Creditors may be business entities that complies with our internal conditions for the provision of this product and has concluded a SEPA Direct Debit agreement with KB
- SEPA Direct Debit orders are only available for current accounts in EUR
- Creditor must have an assigned CID (Creditor Identifier)
- Mandate with a debtor must be concluded
- SEPA Direct Debit orders may be submitted as nonrecurring orders or it is possible to import batches with KB direct banking solutions – MojeBanka Business, Profibanka, Direct Channel or MultiCash KB
Consent to SEPA Direct Debit is given by a debtor to its bank. In KB, it can be given in paper form or via KB direct banking solutions (MojeBanka, MojeBanka Business, Profibanka). It specifies the debtor’s account number, creditor’s information, creditor’s CID, Mandate reference (UMR), payment scheme, collection limit, number of days between individual collections, etc.
SEPA Direct Debit Mandate is a written agreement entered into by and between a debtor and a creditor, allowing the creditor to collect funds from debtor’s account. The creditor is required to keep the mandate. Mandate automatically expires 36 months after the last performed direct debit. The bank may request the presentation of an agreed mandate (e.g. for the purpose of service activation or complaints).
Mandate – compulsory information:
- Identification data for creditor and debtor
- Information that it is a SEPA Direct Debit Mandate
- Payment scheme specification – B2B, CORE
- CID – creditor’s identifier
- UMR – mandate reference
- Debtor’s IBAN and BIC
Creditor Identifier – CID
- Client, who wishes to collect funds from debtor’s account via SEPA Direct Debits, must have a CID
- Upon client’s request, KB applies for client’s CID with the Czech National Bank
- CID assigned in another country may also be used for the purpose of SEPA Direct Debits in KB
Unique Mandate Reference – UMR
- Unique Mandate Reference is specified by a creditor, who has to notify it to a debtor
- SEPA Direct Debit consent must be filed under such UMR, whereas any SEPA Direct Debit order must include UMR