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If I bring my instalments up to date, can the costs be withdrawn?

You will need to pay the full year's balance, including costs of £60 to avoid the case going to court. If you can do this, no further action will be taken or costs incurred.

How to pay

You can make a payment of the full balance online.

By phone

You can make payment using all major credit and debit cards by phoning our 24 hour automated payment line 0345 605 3016.  Please note there will be a charge of 1.3% on credit card payments.

 Read about other ways to pay.

Direct Debit

Setting up a direct debit is the only way to continue paying by instalments once a summons has been issued. This is classed as a 'special arrangement', and a letter will be sent to you to confirm that the direct debit is in place. You can choose to pay on the 1st, 15th or 30th of each month, and spread the instalments over a 10 or 12 month period.

Please Note: If the summons is for a closed account, you will not be able to set up a direct debit, and the full balance will still need to be paid within 7 days.