Direct debit in euro (SEPA)
The simple, automatic solution for paying your bills
Want to pay your bills from regular suppliers, such as your energy or telecom provider, automatically? Simply set up a direct debit in euro (SEPA) ! By authorizing a creditor, e.g. your insurance company, to debit the amount from your current account, directly, you avoid the risk of late or missed payments.
Your payments are executed automatically, without even thinking about it. Even when the amount varies.
Never pay late again
Your bills are always paid on time, avoiding late payment charges.
Easy to manage
There is no charge for this service.
With a direct debit in euro (SEPA), you give a creditor (e.g. your energy or gas supplier) permission to automatically deduct the amount of an invoice in euros from your account. That amount can always be different and is only collected after the invoice has been sent. You do not have to do anything if the amount of the recurring invoices is not always the same.
Practical and Europe-wide: you can request a direct debit to be set up to pay bills in euros to a creditor in Belgium or elsewhere in Europe. This is because the direct debit system covers the SEPA zone (Single European Payment Area). Click here to find the list of SEPA countries. So you can even pay invoices issued by non-Belgian creditors – such as your subscription to a German news website – automatically and easily.
To set up or cancel a direct debit in euro (SEPA), you need to contact your supplier directly. In the event of a dispute relating to a bill, you can also block the payment or request a refund via Home'Bank.
Contact your supplier
and request to pay your bills via direct debit.
Activate your direct debit
by authorizing your supplier to debit your account.
Track and manage the payments
linked to your direct debit via Home'Bank.Go to Home'Bank