Futurepay Payments via Worldpay Terms and Conditions

FuturePay is a recurring payment system that is administered by WorldPay. It is similar to a direct debit or standing order arrangement, but the regular payments are automatically debited using your card details instead of your bank account.

Making Payments

Your initial quotation will set out in writing the proposed recurring payment terms for your policy.  After these have been checked and approved we will use the credit card details that you have provided to set up the recurring payments using the Futurepay system provided by Worldpay over the agreed policy term which will normally be 12 months.

If your card has expired or if a payment is not authorised, we will contact you to you to inform you that the payment has failed and we will agree with you alternative arrangements for the payment to be made.

Most futurepay arrangements are used to pay set amounts at regular fixed intervals over a specific time. This is typically used by our clients to pay their Premium by instalments.

Which cards do we accept?

We accept Mastercard, Visa, Maestro, and JCB. We do not accept American Express. Payments are accepted in pounds sterling (£), United States Dollar ($) or Euro (€).

Duration of your Futurepay Agreement

Once set up, your agreement will run until the final instalment of your premium has been collected for you current policy.

Cancelling your Futurepay payments

You can cancel your Futurepay agreement at any time subject to our standard policy terms and conditions by contacting us at info@morgan-price.com or by phone on the +44 (0) 1379 646730.

Refund Policy

 Refunds will be provided subject to your policy terms and conditions.

 

Futurepay Queries

 If you have any queries about an existing Futurepay agreement please contact us on the +44 (0) 1379 646730 or email finance@morgan-price.com. Alternatively please visit http://support.worldpay.com/support/shopper/sms/content/sms1200.html for more information on Futurepay.

 

Please note that the above terms should be read in conjunction with the website terms, Data Protection and Privacy Statement and your policy terms and conditions.