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What are the advantages of barcoded bills over bank giros and payment books?

Banks and post offices often charge bill payers an administration fee for accepting payments made using a payment book or giro credit.

When paying with barcoded bills there will be no charge for customers paying by cash, cheque or debit card at post offices and no charge for paying by cash at PayPoint outlets.

Barcoded bills also generally offer a wider choice of payment locations and opening times.

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  • Pay it

    Information about how to pay bills and charges to North West Leicestershire District Council

  • Barcoded bills and invoices

    Instructions on payment of North West Leicestershire District Council bills using PayPoint and at the Post Office

  • Where Can I Pay?

    Details about where barcoded bills and invoices can be paid using the PayPoint system.

  • Pay through online banking

    Information about paying council bills and invoices using internet/telephone banking or BACS to North West Leicestershire District Council.

  • Pay by phone

    Instructions on paying council bills and invoices by telephone to North West Leicestershire District Council