To make it easy for you to stick to your payment plan, Afterpay provides automatic payments.
This means on the due date, we take your next installment from the original payment method when you placed your order. We will always send you reminders before an installment is due, so you just need to make sure that there is enough in your account for that installment and we do the rest.
You also have the option to pay the total owing balance on your account, or a custom amount in one transaction, click here!
What happens if a direct debit declines?
We will send you an SMS and an email letting you know that your direct debit has declined.
If a payment declines when we attempt to debit it, we'll try and collect your payment from any other cards you may have on your account.
To make an overdue payment, you can log in to your App or online and make the payment yourself! If you would like to learn more about this, click here.
Pay-in-4 Orders only
Alternatively, paying with a bank account can be a preferred option so you don’t need to worry about lost or expired cards. You can always make payments manually on time or early - by clicking on the PAY button in your account online or in the App.
If your payment is still outstanding after the applicable grace period then you may be charged up to an $8 late fee, which we hate doing. If you're worried you won't be able to make a payment, contact us and we will try to sort something out. Even though we provide a grace period, our system reviews your repayment history for future purchases & eligibility for Pulse Rewards, so we encourage you to pay as soon as possible.