Payment Plans

Payment Plans

The hospital understands that when our pets need care it often happen at the most difficult time and sometimes involves significant financial outlay. To assist, the emergency vet hospital accepts payment from two independent financial companies – Zip Pay and Vet Pay.  Both offer approved customers financial payment plan arrangements for veterinary services. Each have their own separate criteria but offer a payment structure that often suits various budgets. Below is more information on each.

Zip Pay and Zip Money are financial payment solutions provided by Zip Co. They offer customers the ability to pay for veterinary services over time. Approved customers are provided between $1,000 – $30,000 through a shopping account and credit line. The amount purchased is then paid off in regular installments.

Zip Pay requires a minimum payment amount to be made towards the balance each month. Monthly service fees. After the fee-free period, if you don’t pay your balance in full, you’ll be charged a flat $6 service fee on the first of every month that you have an outstanding balance

Zip Pay criteria:

  • Be an Australian citizen or permanent resident
  • Adult –  18 years of age and able to enter into a legally binding contract
  • Valid and verifiable mobile phone number and email address
  • Australian bank account or credit card
  • Bank account or credit card details

Sign up on the Zip website, or access through Facebook or PayPal account information. Once you’ve signed up with your basic information, you’ll be given approval within seconds, after which you can immediately begin buying with Zip Pay.

VetPay is a payment plan that lets you pay for your pets treatment over time. You pay your vet an initial deposit, and from there the balance is deducted in fortnightly repayments from your nominated bank account. Approved customers organise a 10% deposit to be paid to the hospital.  VetPay do charge annual fees and apply an interest rate.

VetPay is a payment plan that lets you pay for your pets treatment over time, you pay your vet an initial deposit, and  direct debit the balance in fortnightly repayments from your nominated bank account

There are fees and charges including an annual fee and an interest rate which are included into the fortnightly repayment. There is also a requirement to pay the vet hospital 10% of the total invoice upfront either by credit card, cash or transfer.

VetPay criteria:

  • Ensuring you are the primary pet owner
  • Adult – 18 years old or over
  • Credit requirement satisfaction
  • Have a good credit history
  • Being an Australian citizen or permanent resident

To apply you will need:

  • Identification; drivers license, Photo ID card, Medicare card, passport, Australian birth certificate or council rates
  • Personal details such as name, date of birth, address and mobile number
  • Information about your employer
  • Income statements
  • Show monthly expenses, such as rent, loan repayments and other liabilities

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