Direct Debit - AccessPay

Trusted by leading corporates

  • Seamless Integration
  • Fixed Annual Fee
  • No Transaction Charges
  • Automated Submission and Reporting

Yes. To start collecting Direct Debits you need to get the Service User Number (SUN) from your bank.

Your SUN is a unique identifier for your organisation. Bacs (the clearing service for Direct Debits), need it to create a record of each Direct Debit transaction.

For steps on how to apply for a SUN download our useful guide

Typically your business will be unable to obtain a SUN from a sponsoring bank if you:

• Have been trading less than 3 years
• Have a turnover of less than £1 million
• Do not have an established relationship with your bank

However there are exceptions to this rule and if you are unsure where your business falls in this criteria, then please contact us

The speed and agility of AccessPay means the entire project cycle is quick and painless. We combine cloud technology with a personal approach and a ‘can-do’ attitude that often enables our clients to go live under 24 hours from pre-sale.

AccessPay is file agnostic – this means it accepts any type of file with no changes needed to the format. This includes Standard18, Excel, Csv, Text and many others.

AccessPay integrates with all accounting, Payroll and CRM systems, as a ‘file agnostic’ platform. This includes common systems like Sage, Xero, IRIS, Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, SAP and Oracle.

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Trusted to deliver 18 million transactions by the AA

“We liked the way AccessPay embraced the best qualities of our product requirements. They understood at the end of the day that we need to get a job done, we need a tool to do so, and frankly we want the least fuss possible”

Direct Debit in 3 easy steps

1. Login and upload your collections file

2. Validate bank details and approve

3. Sign and send to Bacs

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