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Authorised push payment

Payments and payment systems.


Push payments are payments where payment service providers (PSPs), which include banks, are instructed to transfer money from a customer’s account to another account.

It is an ‘authorised’ push payment (APP) when the customer gives their consent for the payment to be made.

This can include situations where the customer has been tricked into giving that consent.

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