Article Summary

        The digital direct debit authorization (also known as eMandate / emandate) is a new way to issue a direct debit authorization via the consumer's bank. In that sense, it is not a payment method, but a promise to make a direct debit from a specific account.

        • Advantages vs. disadvantages
        • Reduction of administrative effort
        • Additional service to SEPA Direct Debit
        • Suitable for B2C and B2B
        • Not supported by all banks
        • Relatively unknown among Dutch consumers

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