If a third party is making a payment towards your account on your behalf by cheque, we are required under current anti-money laundering legislation to perform identification checks on this third party.
Please ensure that any third party making a payment towards your account provides us with the following information together with their payment:
• Statement confirming their relationship with the account holder and the reason for making this payment.
• An original or certified copy of one of the following documents; current UK/EEA signed passport, current UK/EU Photo Driving Licence) full provisional (both card and paper part) EEA National Identity Card (Non UK nationals), Firearms Certificate or Shotgun Licence, Identity Card issued by the electoral office or Northern Ireland.
• An original or certified copy of one of the following documents; instrument of a court appointment (such as grant of probate), current statement or confirmation of entitlement to a state or local authority funded benefit, including housing benefit, council tax benefit, tax credits, state pension, educational or other grant (dated within the last 12 months), Bank or Credit Card Statements, issued by a regulated financial sector firm in the UK or EU or an equivalent jurisdiction dated within the last 3 months, Utility bill (dated within the last 3 months), current year Council Tax Notice.
You can make your loan/mortgage payments directly using our link to a secure website.
Blemain Finance will not charge you for using this service.
You cannot make a redemption payment using your card on line. Please contact our Customer Service Department on 0161 333 7403 who are available 9.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday
If you use a credit card you should be aware that this may be an expensive way to make a payment to Blemain Finance, especially if your card company is charging a high rate of interest.
By continuing to make a payment on this site you authorise enquiries to be made of third party agencies now, or at any time in the future, for our use in connection with the prevention of financial crime.