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Sometimes or maybe every time you have to wonder about the information you are getting from companies in Barbados.

Now I don,t mind standing in lines to pay bills but I know sometimes when you need to pay more than two bills in Barbados on the same day it can be time consuming.So I am thinking that I will be using the online payment facility offered by Royal Bank as opposed to FirstCaribbean.Firstly because it appears that the utility company or whomever it is you are paying doesn't receive payment until three days after money is deducted from your account.Now this is what I was told from a representative of the Bank. When I put the same question to Royal Bank,after going through two or three levels of personnel,they said it is in real time.Now this is Barbados so I will see if they are correct.

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