Published 20 March 2020. Updated 3 April 2020.
The AA is committed to supporting its customers through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and we're here ready to help you.
The safety and welfare of our colleagues and customers is our priority at all times. We've provided guidance in line with the World Health Organization and Public Health England for all our colleagues. And we're working closely with financial institutions to best manage the provision of banking services if the situation escalates.
Many of you are worried and have questions about your arrangements in the face of financial difficulties. However, you can be assured we've already put the following arrangements in place:
- Mortgage payment break of up to 3 months – we'll provide this option for customers who have owner occupier or buy to let mortgages. Call us on 0800 169 6010 to arrange a break.
- Personal loan payment breaks of up to 3 months – if your financial circumstances have changed, you can apply for a break using this simple form. We can then find the right solution for you. As your loan is provided by Bank of Ireland (UK) plc you'll be redirected to their website. While we deal with your application, please don't cancel your direct debit payment.
These offered payment breaks will not affect customers' credit files held by credit reference agencies.
You can use our online services to access and manage your accounts. If you do need further assistance, here's how to contact us:
- Mortgages 0800 169 6010
- Loans – contact details and FAQs are here
- Savings and ISA accounts – contact details and FAQs are here
- Savings accounts – if you opened your account before 2 September 2015, contact details are here
- Credit card – contact details and FAQs are here
Our call centre times are below. Please bear with us, our phone lines are very busy while the coronavirus crisis continues.
We want to prioritise those with immediate financial concerns. If you're planning to call us, please consider the critical nature of your enquiry to help us prioritise those who need us most.
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