We provide a range of ways you can make a payment on your account. The easiest way to pay your account is by setting up a direct debit.
Please note PGG Wrightson are now cheque-free and can no longer accept account payments via cheque.
Should you become aware of any reason why a payment may be late, please contact us on 0800 10 22 76. We'll try to resolve any issues as quickly as possible and work with you to minimise any disruption to your business. Interest will be charged on overdue accounts. The current rate for default interest is 1.75% per month (21.5% per annum).
With a direct debit your account is paid automatically from your nominated bank account on the due date. Once we have received the completed form, we will set up the direct debit on your PGG Wrightson account for any future purchases.
If you have a current account balance that you wish that you wish to be paid to direct debit, please contact us on 0800 10 22 76 to make arrangements. We need at least 3 working days' notice prior to payment date to add or change your bank account number.
Electronic Bank Transfer
You can pay your account electronically via phone or internet banking. Select PGG Wrightson in your bank's bill pay process or pay to bank account:
Please enter the following:
Particulars: Your account name
Code: Your statement or invoice number
Reference: Your account number (located on the top right hand corner of your statement or invoice)
Note: providing your account number will help us identify your payment quickly and ensure it is allocated to the correct account.
You can make a payment at your local PGG Wrightson store. If paying your account via credit card please note a 2.3% (incl GST) surcharge will apply.
Receiving Payments from PGG Wrightson
In order to receive payments from PGG Wrightson such as proceeds or refunds, you must supply your bank account details.
Contact us with both your PGG Wrightson customer number AND your bank account number in one of the following formats:
- Screenshot of your bank account name and number from your internet banking website
- Pre-printed Bank Deposit Slip
- Image showing the top of a bank statement showing your bank account name and number
- Verified copy of the bank account number from the bank (bank stamped)
We need at least 3 working days' notice prior to payment date to add or change your bank account number.