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Social Protect direct debit

If you see Social Protect on your bank statement it is due to you having and Social Protect membership. Social Protect direct debit is how we collect your membership fees. The Social Protect payment will appear on your bank statement as Eazycollect Re socialprotect.uk OR SocialProtect.uk

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Direct Debit

Social Protect Direct Debit

We accept Direct Debit (DD) for membership you can make payment per month or payment per year. Customers paying by Direct Debit save us time and money and we can pass this benefit back to you. 


Social Protect customers who pay by Direct Debit pay the same amount every month. If you want to pay Social Protect Direct Debit, we will agree the amount with you and then your payment will be automatically debited from your bank account. A quick and simple way to set up your Direct Debit is through our online customer service. You can log in and register here. Once registered, you'll find the option to 'Set up a fixed Direct Debit' under Enquiries on the right hand side of the screen.

If you are not sure what your monthly payment is likely to be, Social Protect account area shows your monthly amount, and then review this every four months to check if it needs adjusting.
Once you are set up on Direct Debit we will send you confirmation of the amount and date that the first Direct Debit payment will be collected. We will notify you 10 working days in advance of your account being debited.


How Does A Charge Appear On My Bank Statement?

For all accounts this appears as:

  • "SocialProtect.uk"
  • "Eazycollect Re SocialProtect.uk 01253277147"
  • "Eazycollect Re Social Protect 01253277147"
  • "Eazycollect Re SocialProtect.uk on the customer's statement.


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