It is a term for recurring or regularly due payments. The rebill procedure means that the user of a service is charged again at the end of the payment period with the amount for the beginning payment period. Rebill refers, for example, to the regular billing of memberships or subscriptions. The rebill then takes place during the entire term or duration of the membership in the form of the agreed payment frequency and amount.
Rebill for subscriptions
A subscription always runs for a certain period of time, after which it ends or is automatically renewed and then runs until it is revoked by the subscribing party. Fixed contract terms in Germany may not exceed a period of 24 months. Rebills are due regularly during the term of the contract. This can be monthly, quarterly or annually. The form of the rebill varies greatly. Among other things, a direct debit, i.e. payment by direct debit, or a regular bank transfer can be agreed.
Rebill cancellation and termination
Regular rebills can be stopped by terminating the respective contractual obligation. This can be done, for example, by cancelling the subscription. If the contractual relationship is terminated at the end of a payment period, no new rebill will be made after termination. The respective termination options and deadlines must be observed here. If the Subscriber Agreement has a minimum term of one year, it can be terminated with the relevant notice period at the end of the year, so that no new rebill takes place at the beginning of the year. In the event of cancellation, a new rebill can be avoided beforehand. In many cases, a cancellation can be made in the first two weeks after conclusion of the contract. Then the contractual relationship is terminated and there is no rebill.
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