We offer our tenants various ways in which they pay their rent, with 24/7 online and phone options as well as a range of ways to pay in person. So you can choose the best payment method for you.
Our online payment option is one of several payment options we offer via allpay. It only takes a few minutes to register online at www.allpayments.net for this service, and you will be asked for the details on the allpay card that we have issued you. After that you can pay with your debit or credit card.
If you have a bank or building society current account, you can opt to pay your rent by Direct Debit. You will need to register with allpay to set up your Direct Debits. Visit www.allpayments.net for more information.
You can make debit or credit card payments to your rent account using the allpay payment app, which is available to download for free for Apple and Android smart phones. Visit www.allpay.net/app for more information.
You can use your payment card and debit or credit card to register for this service at www.allpayments.net/textpay. Text 'pay' plus the text code provided to you during registration along with the amount you want to pay and your password (the last four digits of your debit or credit card) to 81025.
Have your payment card and pen and paper handy with your debit or credit card when you dial 0844 557 8321 for our automated phone payment service, available 24/7. Each time you use this automated service you will be given an authorisation code as proof of payment. Please keep a note of this code.
You can also pay over the phone using your debit or credit card by calling our office on 01738 630738 during opening hours.
You can use your payment card or barcoded bill to pay at any outlet displaying one of the following signs:
You can pay by debit or credit card in person at our office at 5 Fairfield Avenue, Perth PH1 2TF during opening hours or over the phone during office hours on 01738 630738.
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