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Ways to pay

There are a number of different ways you can pay your rent and service charge with A2Dominion, making it easy for you to keep up-to-date with your payments. You can make a payment in the following ways:

Use My Account to make payments, set up a Direct Debit, view your balance and check your statement.

Paying by Direct Debit offers:

  • Peace of mind - you will never have to worry about forgetting to make a payment
  • Convenience - no need to contact your bank to tell them to change the amount you pay
  • Time savings - avoid queues in a shop, bank, Post Office or one of our offices to make a payment
  • Safety - you’re covered by the Direct Debit Guarantee. This protects you in the rare event of an error in the payment
  • Control - pay monthly, four-weekly, fortnightly or weekly, even choose the day the money comes out of your account
  • Flexibility - set up different Direct Debits for different accounts, such as rent and service charge, arrears, garage and court cost amounts.

Fill in our short online form and we will call you within the next 5 working days to set up your Direct Debit with you in just a few minutes. Alternatively call our Customer Services Centre on 0800 432 0077.

Direct Debit

Paying by Direct Debit offers:

  • Peace of mind - you will never have to worry about forgetting to make a payment
  • Convenience - no need to contact your bank to tell them to change the amount you pay
  • Time savings - avoid queues in a shop, bank, Post Office or one of our offices to make a payment
  • Safety - you’re covered by the Direct Debit Guarantee. This protects you in the rare event of an error in the payment
  • Control - pay monthly, four-weekly, fortnightly or weekly, even choose the day the money comes out of your account
  • Flexibility - set up different Direct Debits for different accounts, such as rent and service charge, arrears, garage and court cost amounts.

Fill in our short online form and we will call you within the next 5 working days to set up your Direct Debit with you in just a few minutes. Alternatively call our Customer Services Centre on 0800 432 0077.

Post Office

Pay your rent shop logos

If you have an allpay payment card, you can pay your rent and service charge in the Post Office or at a shop which has one of these signs.

Housing benefit

If you receive housing benefit, you can arrange for your local council to pay your benefit directly to us. Visit your local council's website to find out more about housing benefit, or you can use the handy calculator by following the link below.

NHS key workers

If you live in our NHS key worker accommodation, you can pay by Direct Debit, or in the following ways:

Taken straight from your salary

If you would like to arrange for your rent to be taken straight from your salary each month, speak to your key worker accommodation office who will arrange this for you.

By cheque, banker's draft, debit or credit card

To pay your rent by cheque, banker's draft, debit or credit card, please visit your accommodation office.

If you would like to send a cheque or banker's draft by post, please write your name and flat or room number on the back of it and send it to your key worker accommodation office.

Students

If you are a student, you can pay rent and/or service charge by Direct Debit, or in the following ways:

  • Pay online with allpay
  • Call allpay on 0844 225 5729 (24 hours a day)
  • Pay by cash or cheque at any UK post office.

If you live in our Oxford accommodation you can choose to pay your rent by standing order. For more information, contact your student accommodation office.

Bank charges

Most banks charge you to make international bank transfers, to produce bank drafts and to handle cheques that ‘bounce’ (when there is not enough money in an account to pay the cheque). Always ask your bank what their charges are before going ahead with a transaction. If we have to pay any bank charges because of you, we will ask you to pay us back.

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