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From what you say this is a form of directory shopping where the store offers you credit terms (be it interest or interest free) to buy items and then charges you for them on the agreed terms at set intervals?
Thanks for the clarification. It is for the store to maintain your account accurately. You are under no obligation to draw any accounting errors (however large such as this one) to their attention. The only thing to keep in mind is they have up to 6 years in which to correct their error and charge you for the items in question after which time they will be time barred from doing so under the Limitation Act. Accordingly you may wish ensure that you retain sufficient monies to pay for the items in the future if they do discover their error for that 6 year period. Other than that aspect there is nothing further you need do.
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