Paying your adult social care invoice
COVID-19 - If you cannot make payments that are due and are experiencing difficulty as a result of a reduction in your income, illness or caring responsibilities, please contact us by emailing email@example.com or call 0208 227 3597.
You have 4 weeks from the date of the invoice to make payment. If you're not able to make payment in full within this period, in some cases we can agree to accept instalments. To discuss instalment repayment contact the General Income Section. Any other queries relating to the invoice will need to be directed to the Financial Assessment Team.
- Pay online
- Pay by telephone
- Pay at a bank
- Standing orders and bank transfers
- If you don’t pay your invoice
You can pay online using a credit or debit card. You'll need to enter your 8 digit invoice number, which can be found on the invoice we sent you, as the account number.
Pay by telephone
You can pay by telephone using a credit or debit card. You'll need to enter your 8 digit invoice number, which can be found on the invoice we sent you.
020 8227 2050
Pay at a bank
You can pay at any bank using the payment slip at the bottom of your invoice. Some banks make a charge for this service. Allow five working days for your payment to reach us.
Standing orders and bank transfers
Payments can be made by bank transfer and standing order. You'll need to contact your bank and quote your 8 digit invoice number, and give them our bank details.
If you wish to pay your invoices by standing order, ensure that these payments are made every 4 weeks, and not monthly.
Bank: Lloyds TSB
Account number: 01526028
Sort code: 30 00 02
If you don’t pay your invoice
If payment is not received on time, further action may be taken. To avoid this, contact the General Income Section.
To recover payment for adult social care invoices, further action can include, but is not limited to:
- county court judgement: this could severely affect your credit rating and may affect your ability to get loans, including mortgages, credit cards, store cards and increases in credit limits, which will result in further costs to you
- third party debt order: this prevents you from taking money out of your bank/building society account until the debt has been settled
- charging order: this prevents you from selling assets such as property, investments or land, without paying what is owed; we can apply to the court for an order allowing the forced sale of property once a charging order is agreed
General Income Team
1 Town Hall Square
020 8227 3597
Financial Assessment Team
020 8227 2390