What is "SEPA DD", and why is it appearing on my account?
You may see 'SEPA DD' (SEPA Direct Debit) appear on your account on the first day a direct debit appears. The phrase 'SEPA DD' will update to the company name after the amount is fully processed on your account.
To view previous direct debits follow the steps below using the Bank of Ireland App or 365 online.
Payments or transfers made from a Republic of Ireland account in the European Union are now made as SEPA transfers, including non-urgent transfers, standing orders and direct debits.
- Log in to 365 online.
- Tap 'Statements'.
- Select an account from the drop-down list.
- In the 'Transactions' tab, tap 'Advanced' on the right hand side.
- Choose 'Direct Debits/Credits' from the drop-down list labelled 'Show', and tap 'Go'.
You can view transactions for the last 12 months.
- Log in to your account on the Bank of Ireland App.
- Tap 'Accounts' and go to the transactions section.
- If the direct debit is not in your recent transaction tap the filter icon.
- Use the transaction type filter and choose 'Direct Debits/Credits' from the drop-down menu.
- Tap 'Filter' and you'll see results for the last 12 months.