We offer several payment options for your convenience.

Choose from:

  • Internet or Telephone Banking – utilize through your banking institution.
  • Cash – in person at our office at 1400 Northumberland Street, Ayr or with your Agent.
  • Debit Card - in person at our office at 1400 Northumberland Street, Ayr.
  • Cheque or Money Order – bring your cheque and remittance portion of your invoice to our office or submit by mail.
  • Two Pay – pay 50% of the premium on the coverage effective date and 50% within 30 days - both cheques must accompany the remittance portion of your invoice.

Or take advantage of our Pre-Authorized Monthly Payment Plan:

  • Includes equal monthly payments.
  • Automatic withdrawals from your account without having to issue cheques.
  • One Time Set-up – Continues even when your policy renews.
  • Convenience – no need to worry about invoice due dates – it’s done automatically.
  • Note: a 1.3% service charge applies. For further information, please contact your Agent or Broker.

To enroll in pre-authorized monthly payments, click here to print out an Authorization Form, complete it and fax to Fax: 519-632-8908 or mail to:

Ayr Farmers Mutual Company

1400 Northhumberland Street

Ayr, Ontario N0B 1E0

 

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