In Malaysia, the levy system is available via the FPX – Financial Process Exchange. FPX supports online collection as well as batch flow. It opens new doors for e-commerce in Malaysia, especially business to business (B2B) and business to commerce (B2C) payments. There are three types of flow orders commonly used in South Africa: EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer), NAEDO (Non-authenticated Early Debit Order) and AEDO (Authenticated Early Debit Order).  Many small businesses do not themselves have debit systems and a third-party payment service must be used for the interface between the accountant and the client`s bank. To do this, payment services charge a small fee (usually $1 to $2 per transaction, included in the bill amount). In the Netherlands, an account holder may, as in Germany, authorize a company to make debits without notifying the bank. This process is very common, with as many as 45% of all bank transactions made by debit.  On 7 January 2008, Jeremy Clarkson was the victim of debit fraud after publishing his bank account and code details in the Sun, to underline that public concern about the 2007 UK child benefit scandal was not necessary.
He wrote: “All you can do with them is put money into my account. Don`t take it off. Honestly, I`ve never known such a palaver on anything. Someone then used this data to create a $500 levy on the diabetes UK charity. In his next Sunday Times column, Clarkson wrote, “I was wrong and I was punished for my fault.”  The SEPA levy initially cooperated with national levies until 1 August 2014. From that date, only the SEPA levy was allowed for the collection of euro-denominated payments in the EU. In October 2016, SDD and IBAN became mandatory methods for euro transfers across the EU and the EEA, but not mandatory for transfers to other currencies. Debit is a method of payment for recurrent payments in the UK. It is the third most popular payment method in the UK, after cash and debit card, after Payments UK.  Bacs Payment Schemes Limited is the body responsible for the levy.  The collection authorization (“debit clearance”) simply requires that the client authorize the recipient to proceed with the recovery. This can be done in writing, orally, by email or via a web interface set up by the recipient.
Although organizations are generally required not to order their banks to make unauthorized collections, they are generally not controlled by the banks concerned. Customers can order their bank to return the charge notice within at least six weeks. Under the rules on the levy system, merchants have very little reason to challenge a refund generated as part of the levy guarantee. Instead, they can track all payments that they believe have been improperly repaid by the payer through the Small Claims Tribunal. Direct debit is the preferred method of payment for periodic household payments in Denmark. The service, launched in the early 1970s, is called Betalingsservice and is used by about 96% of Danish households. In Turkey, levies are often used for supply and credit card payments, as well as for commercial transactions.