This may be a basic question, but what logic does Starling apply to standing orders that have a monthly payment date after the 28th of the month?
My legacy account puts up a warning if you create a recurring payment with a date after the 28th of the month. The warning is that since not all months have more than 28 days, and payment will be made on the last working day of the month. For example, if I specify 31st of the month the payment would go out on 30th November or 28th/29th February.
The reason is that I want to move some things over to Starling and doing so would require a standing order to be setup back to my old account (I’m not comfortable changing everything at the minute due to the lack of SecureCode and the number of outages recently).
I get paid on the last day of the month, so would need to schedule the standing order to be the same. I couldn’t use 1st of the month as some of my DDs go out of my legacy account on the first and couldn’t be sure the money would be sent from Starling to my legacy account before DDs were declined.