Payment methods

We offer several payments methods, each with you as the customer in mind.

We offer multiple payments methods, each with you as the customer in mind because we believe paying for your insurance should be a straight-forward process. You can pay your insurance by cheque, direct debit, credit card or bank transfer (BACS).

Paying by Cheque 

Many of our clients still prefer to pay by cheque. Please simply complete your cheque for the correct amount, making it payable to Park Home Assist. Please write your Park Home Assist client reference number on the back of the cheque (which can be found on the documentation we sent to you) and post it to:

Park Home Assist Insurance Services
Royal House
Queenswood
Newport Pagnell Road West
Northampton
NN4 7JJ 

Paying by Debit Card or Credit Card 

There is no charge to pay by debit car and we except the majority of debit cards with the exception of American Express. The easiest way to pay by debit or credit card is to call us on our priority phone line 01604 946 683. 

Paying by Direct Debit 

If you choose to pay by direct debit, premiums may be paid by 12 monthly instalments on completion of a credit agreement and Direct Debit Instruction. Payment will be automatically deducted each month from your preferred bank account or building society and spread evenly throughout the year. If you would like to set up a direct debit call our priority phone line on 01604 946 683.

Payment by Bank Transfer (BACS)

If you prefer to pay for your annual insurance premium via bank transfer (BACS) this can be done using the account details below.

Account: Assist Insurance Services Limited

Bank: Virgin Money

Account Number: 41179073

Sort Code: 05-06-33 

Please ensure you provide your Policy Reference Number as part of the transfer. 

If you would like to discuss any of these payment options, please call us on our priority phone line 01604 946 683 and one of our team will be happy to help you.

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