MoD confirms that it has ended check-off

The Ministry of Defence has confirmed to PCS that Defence Business Services (DBS), the MoD's payroll provider, will be deducting no further payments by check-off from salaries for staff covered by the MOD pay agreement.
On that basis, we will be proceeding to switch all staff who have given us their bank details to direct debit in accordance with the payment schedules that those members will now have received.

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