All payments must be paid directly to Dukes Bailiffs Limited and be in accordance with an agreed arrangement or clear the debt in full to prevent further action.
Set up a standing order
Make regular fixed payments to us by setting up a standing order with your bank.
You are responsible for stopping your Standing Order once your arrangement is complete.
To set-up you must fill in a standing order mandate form to give to your bank for approval.
Pay over the telephone with a Contact Centre Agent
Call to speak with one of our friendly Contact Centre Agents to make a payment over the telephone using a debit card.
Due to Covid-19 and social distancing measures our office opening hours are currently 08:00 - 18:00 Monday - Friday.
Online bank transfer
Please transfer to:
Account Name: Dukes Bailiffs Limited
Account Number: 01434500
Sort Code: 40-43-14
You must quote your Dukes reference number with every payment to ensure your money is correctly allocated to your account.
Payments can take up to three (3) days to be received, depending on your bank.
Available 24 hours a day.
You must send this payment type via your local Post Office. Payments should be made to Dukes Bailiffs Limited and must quote your Dukes Reference number.
Please keep your counterfoil as proof of payment.
Repeating card payment
Set regular fixed payments with your debit card.
Should you make additional payments your recurring payment will be automatically adjusted to ensure no overpayment.
Once you have completed your arrangement, the recurring card payments will automatically stop.
Note: This is not the same as a Standing Order. Standing orders use your current account details, not your card. information.
Pay by post
You can send us cash, cheques, postal orders or bankers drafts to our head office address.
Write your full name and Dukes Reference number on the back of every payment to ensure your money is correctly allocated to your account.
We will not be held liable for post that is lost in transit.
If you've received a letter requesting payment but don't have the funds to pay in full right now, speak with our friendly team who will run through your income and expenditure to assess possible repayment solutions.
Can't make a payment?
Are you having trouble sticking to your agreed arrangement?
Failure to adhere to an agreed payment arrangement may result in an Enforcement agent or Debt collector visiting your property, and where appropriate, enforcement fees being added to the amount you owe.
If you cannot make a scheduled payment as part of an agreed arrangement, we encourage you to contact us to advise us of your financial circumstances.
We may be able to offer flexibility.