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Payments



To ensure your payment is processed quickly, please pay each invoice individually and make sure to include your unique reference number in the payment description.


Here are the ways you can make a payment to ASIC:

Australia Post
postbillpay logo

Available for companies and business names.
Present the payment slip and your payment at any Post Office. You can pay using cash, cheque or EFTPOS including VISA and MasterCard.

Note: If you wish to use this payment method when lodging a business name transaction via ASIC Connect, you must select 'pay later'.
Credit Card - POST Billpay
Pay using VISA Pay using Mastercard

Available for companies and business names.
Credit card payments can also be made at postbillpay.com.au or call 131816

Important: You can only make a payment for one company, licensee or business name etc. on each credit card transaction. The highest transaction value accepted on any credit card payment is $4000.

Note: If you wish to use this payment method when lodging a business name transaction via ASIC Connect, you must select 'pay later'.
Credit Card - online
Pay using VISA Pay using Mastercard

Only available for business names.
Select ‘pay now’ when registering or renewing your business name online via ASIC Connect.

Note: This payment method is not available if you choose 'pay later'.
BPAY
BPAY logo

Available for companies and business names.
Log into your bank, credit union or building society to make a payment from your cheque, savings or credit card account using BPAY.

Our Biller Code is: 17301

Note: If you wish to use this payment method when lodging a business name transaction via ASIC Connect, you must select 'pay later'.



Search for an organisation's BPAY and Postbillpay details.


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Mail
Pay by mail with a cheque

Available for companies.
Mail the payment slip and cheque to:
Australian Securities and Investments Commission
Locked Bag 5000
Gippsland Mail Centre VIC 3841

Make cheques payable to 'ASIC'.

Note: If you wish to use this payment method when lodging a business name transaction via ASIC Connect, you must select 'pay later'.
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
Lightning bolt to indicate electronic funds transfer

Available for companies and business names.
Here are details you need to pay by electronic funds transfer.

Note: If you wish to use this payment method when lodging a business name transaction via ASIC Connect, you must select 'pay later'.

You must include your 13 digit unique 'reference' number in the payment reference/description field. You will find this number on the back of your invoice.

How do I request a refund?



If you are requesting a refund for a business name - see Business names payments and fees.


If payment was made using BPAY - full refund
You will need to contact your financial institution if you are seeking a full refund of your BPAY payments to ASIC.

If payment was made using BPAY - partial refund
You can email us with your details if you are seeking a refund of a partial BPAY payment made to ASIC.

If payment was made using cheque, Australia Post of EFT
You can email us with your details if you are seeking a refund of a payment made to ASIC by cheque, Australia Post of EFT.


What information do I need to provide to request a refund?



Request a refund by EFT
Please include the following information in the General Inquiry Form:
Request a refund by cheque
Our default payment method is cheque.This option may take up to 14 days to process, including postage. If you have not received your cheque within 14 days of your initial request, please contact us.
Please include the following information in the General Inquiry Form:

If your company is in financial difficulties, you may need to seek independent professional advice, as your company may be regarded as insolvent.

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