I recognise a transaction but want to question it
If there’s a transaction on your account you think is incorrect, or there’s an issue with something you’ve purchased, start by contacting the business or retailer. If you’ve already made contact with them, please read on. If you have a transaction you don’t recognise, please read our I don’t recognise a transaction.
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Frequently asked questions
A pending transaction is a transaction where the money has been put aside for the merchant to take, but hasn’t been taken yet. The merchant will often take the money after a couple of days, but it can sometimes take longer.
Most contactless transactions appear on your statement within a few days. If you want to query a pending transaction, we can look into it as soon as it shows on your statement page
A pending transaction is a transaction where the money has been put aside for the merchant to take, but hasn’t been taken yet.
The merchant will often take the money after a couple of days, but it can sometimes take longer.
Most contactless transactions appear on your statement within a few days.
If you want to query a pending transaction, we can look into it as soon as it shows on your statement page
Because of Section 75, if you’ve bought something with your Lloyds Bank credit card, the business or retailer and Lloyds Bank may be equally responsible if things go wrong.
So, for example, if the item or service is faulty, doesn’t arrive or isn’t as described, you may be able to claim a refund from either the business or retailer or from Lloyds Bank.
Learn more about How Section 75 protects your credit card spending. Then, if you’d like us to take your case a step further, we’ll need a few things from you:
- A written summary of your case to date.
- A copy of your contract, invoice and/or terms and conditions.
- A copy of any additional transactions made to the business or retailer that were not made on your credit card.
- Sometimes, we’ll also ask to see photographic evidence and/or warranties. This is just another way for us to collect as much information as possible.
First try cancelling with the company you set up the subscription with. You can also call us or visit a branch. In order to do this we’ll need a few things:
- The name of the business or retailer.
- The date of the last transaction.
- If they haven’t taken a payment, we’ll need to know when you expect the first payment to be made.
We can’t cancel the subscription, but we can block payments. It can take 24 hours to set up a payment block, so you need to do this one working day before the next payment is due. This will not cancel the subscription agreement itself so the company can try other ways to take money. If this happens, please contact us.
When you’re ready to proceed click ‘Get started’.
You’ll need to check the details we hold for you are correct before clicking ‘Continue’.
Important legal information
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