Ways to pay


Direct Debit

Spreading your factoring charges at no extra cost removes the worry about paying your invoices on time and the risk of late payment charges if the payment deadline is missed. Find out more about the benefits of paying your factoring charges by Direct Debit, here.

To set up or amend a Direct Debit please request this using our online form or fill out our Direct Debit set up form. This can be sent by email at factoring@curb.scot

It takes 21 days to set up a Direct Debit so you may need to make your first payment by another method. 


Bank, internet or telephone banking

Pay us direct quoting your factoring account number found at the top of all correspondence as your reference. 

CURB-6 Factoring, Bank of Scotland, Account number: 00384537, Sort code: 80-41-21

C~urb 6 Ltd (formerly Link Property) is part of the Link Group of Companies. 


Allpay card

To make a payment with your allpay card, call  0870 243 6040 or visit  www.allpay.net.

You can also download the allpay app, which is available to download on the  Apple App Store  and  Google Play.

If you need an allpay card, please request this using our online form. 

You can use your allpay card to pay at any shop or outlet where you see the PayPoint logo. You can use your allpay card to pay at any Post Office.


Pay by cheque or postal order

Write your name, address and account number on the reverse and send it to; Link Housing Association Ltd, Watling House, Callendar Business Park, Falkirk, FK1 1XR


By phone

To make a payment, please contact us Monday to Friday, between 9am and 5pm, by:

  • Calling the Falkirk area office on  01324 417 141 or 03451 400 100 
  • Calling the Bathgate area office on  01506 639 158  or  01506 634 060  (select option 2)

To discuss your account or payment arrangement, please enquire using our online form. 


Difficulty paying

Please inform us immediately if you have any difficulty paying your invoice. We will provide clear information about the implications and signpost you to independent advice and financial support to help you find a way to pay.

Ultimately, we can only deliver services if we receive the income to cover the costs.

Independent advice is available from: 

Our debt recovery procedure details how we will manage arrears.

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