Paying for a notice
This page contains answers to the following frequently asked questions (FAQs):
- FAQ 1 - How do I pay for my notice?
- FAQ 2 - How much do I have to pay for the notices?
- FAQ 3 - Can I claim a refund?
- FAQ 4 - Is there an issue earning points from using my credit card to pay for publishing insolvency notices?
- FAQ 5 - Can I get a statement so that I can reconcile my credit card statement?
To publish a notice, you must pay by either Visa or MasterCard. You cannot lodge a notice for publication without payment.
Schedule 1 of the Corporations (Fees) Regulations 2001 sets out the current prescribed fees.
Please refer to items 42A-D of the schedules of corporations fees on ASICs website.
Please refer to our refund and security policy on the website.
Please note that you cannot claim a refund if you make a mistake which you don't rectify before lodging your notice for publishing. Before making your credit card payment, you have the opportunity to review and edit your notice. The publication website is not linked to ASIC's companies database, and this means that the website does not verify company details or the ACN. You must check these, and other details, to ensure your notice is accurate.
FAQ 4 - Is there an issue earning points from using my credit card to pay for publishing insolvency notices?
We are aware that many credit cards have loyalty schemes that
provide either loyalty points or frequent flyer miles or that
convert into some other form of monetary or other benefit.
Registered liquidators should endeavour to obtain a credit card that does not accrue such points. If that is not possible, the benefits accrued should not be redeemed.
No, but you can achieve the same outcome and produce a list of invoices for the relevant period by filtering your "My invoices" page using the period start and end dates (eg 1 July 2012 to 31 July 2012).