make an online card payment
The quickest and easiest way is to pay online.
We accept MasterCard, Visa, debit and credit cards. You will need your surname and account reference number which you will find on any recent communication from us.
Please be aware that if you pay by credit card you may be charged a handling fee and interest by your card provider.
setup a payment plan online
We’ve made it easy for you to manage your account online so that you can get yourself back on the road to financial health.
Registering for our customer portal allows you to see how much is left to pay, make a single payment and set up a payment plan, as well as a number of other helpful features. There are no minimum payments, register today and create a payment plan that works for you.
You can arrange a payment plan by calling us on 0333 999 7200* during the opening hours (listed to the right). Please have your bank details ready and we can help guide you through the process.
*All calls are recorded for training & quality purposes.
pay by phone
You can make a payment by calling us on 0333 999 7200*. Outside of the opening hours (listed to the right), you can still make a payment via our automated system.
internet banking or standing order payments
Please call us on 0333 999 7200* and we can provide the sort code and account number relevant to your account
pay by post
You can send us a cheque payable to Capquest Debt Recovery Limited to:
60 York Street
Please clearly write your Capquest account reference number (you can find this on any communication from us) on the reverse of your payment.
Please DO NOT send cash by post.
If you are outside of the United Kingdom and want to make a payment then please call us on +44 1252 765 421** during our opening times in the UK (listed to the right) or alternatively email us at email@example.com
Please have your account reference number to hand when contacting us.
0333 999 7200*
(03 calls are charged at standard geographic rates)
monday to thursday
8.30am - 8.00pm
8.30am - 6.00pm
9.00am - 1.00pm
sunday and public holidays