Make it easy with small regular payments through a payment plan with Xplor Debit Success.
If you would like to pay your course fees off in weekly or fortnightly or instalments so that they are more manageable, a direct debit payment plan will be arranged through our third party provider – Xplor Debit Success Pty Ltd (ABN 32 095 551 581). Xplor Debit Success is a wholly owned subsidiary of TSG Holdings (AUST) No.2 Pty Ltd ABN 89 608 821 281 and a related company of Transaction Services Holdings Limited ARBN 125 664 860 (‘TSHL’).
Through Xplor Debit Success, the course payments will be direct debited from a bank account or credit card according to the agreed frequency until all course fees are paid. To arrange this please let our friendly staff know at the time of enrolment.
Please note, a $200 enrolment fee will be required upfront and there will be an additional cost of; a one off $12 administration fee related to this service and an additional 4.4% (Debit Card) or 4.961% (Credit Card) including GST on top of the course fees to be paid directly to Xplor Debit Success for their services. This additional fee is spread out over the term of your payment plan contract. This administration fee and other fees that may be charged by Xplor Debit Success are outlined in the table below.
|Once only when Product is first established
|4.4% of the course fees if payment by Debit Card,
4.961% of the course fees if payment by Credit Card
|Fee is included in your weekly/fortnightly payment plan
|Up to $15
|On the dishonour of a payment
* Please note that Fees are subject to change, as Xplor Debit Success is a third-party provider.
* The fees noted in the table above are maximum amounts charged by Xplor Debit Success in relation to the provision of the product. The actual amounts payable is set out in your customer/membership contract. You will be notified in writing of the amount you pay before the Product is issued to you by Xplor Debit Success.
*Please also note that where there is a shortfall of fees collected by Xplor Debit Success, you are liable to pay them. For example, if you originally sign up to your payment plan with your debit card, which incurs an additional fee of 4.4%, and then change your payment method part way through to a credit card, which incurs a higher additional fee of 4.961% there will be a difference in the amount payable and therefore a residual fee will be owing on your course fees.