What is FuturePay?
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.
How does FuturePay work?
After you have accepted our fee quotation, you will receive an invitation email from WorldPay on our behalf. The email will set out in writing the recurring payment terms that you have agreed to. After you have checked that everything is correct, you will need to click on the link in the email to create a recurring payment agreement. This is where you will be taken to a secure area of WorldPay’s website to enter your card details, which will be securely recorded. You will also be asked to choose a username and password to access the Worldpay Shopper Management System (“SMS”) in order to view your payments, change your agreement, or cancel your agreement at any time.
Duration of FuturePay
The recurring payment agreement will continue until either you or we choose to end it.
How do I cancel my recurring payment agreement?
You can cancel your agreement at any time by logging into the WorldPay Shopper Management System (“SMS”) or contacting us.
Will I incur any charges?
You are able to pay by debit or credit card and you will not incur any card surcharges.
What cards do you accept?
We accept Mastercard, Visa, Maestro, and JCB. We do not accept American Express. Payments are accepted in pounds sterling (£).
Any payments made via WorldPay FuturePay, relate to fee requests for work that is ongoing or has already been carried out by Griffiths Marshall, therefore no refunds are available. Any issues or complaints in respect of fees should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
For further information, please visit http://www.worldpay.com/shopper/