Rent payments are collected by direct debit
Direct debit is the main way to pay your rent and service charge. Weekly or monthly payments will be taken straight from your bank account. And you won’t have to worry about missing a payment.
This way offers a payment guarantee, so if the bank makes an error, or we do, you’ll get a refund as soon as possible.
To set up your direct debit with us, complete the web form here
You’ll need your:
- bank’s name
- sort code and account number
- payment reference number.
To make additional payments or pay us before your direct debit is set up, there are several options.
Other ways to pay
Recurring card payment
You can pre-book future payments to be taken from your debit card.
Your payments will be scheduled and taken as agreed. If there are no funds available, the payment will be declined and you will not be charged.
To arrange this, contact us Monday to Friday, 8am – 8pm.
You can pay online through your MyGuinness online account.
You’ll be able to check your payments, review your rent statements and pay rent and service charges through Allpay.
You can download the Allpay app to make payments on your smart phone or tablet.
You’ll need your payment reference number to set this up, which can be found on your online account or PayPoint card.
At a PayPoint or with a rent payment card
Although you can use an existing payment card, we are no longer able to request new payment cards to be sent out.
To make a payment with an existing payment card only:
You’ll need your:
- rent payment card
There’s no charge for this. Just hand over your rent payment card and the cashier will do the rest.
At the post office
You can pay at any post office by cash, cheque or debit card. Payments at the post office will need to be paid five days before your rent is due, to allow enough time for the payment to reach us.
You can make a secure telephone payment. Contact us Monday to Friday, 8am–8pm.
You’ll need your payment reference number and credit or debit card.
With a direct housing benefit payment
If you pay your rent with housing benefit payments your council will usually pay us directly.
But if you’re receiving Universal Credit this will usually be paid to you. If this is the case, you will need to have a direct debit set up for your payments to us.
We can arrange for Universal Credit to be paid directly to us if you’re having trouble paying your rent.
Just give us a call on 0303 123 1890 to set this up with us.