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How does my tenant get WINZ to pay the bond to myRent?

In order for myRent to receive bond payments from WINZ for your tenant, you need to first have a tenancy setup on myRent with myRent selected to collect bond for the corresponding tenant.

Your tenant would then take their unique bond payment instructions to WINZ and provide this along with our supplier number (CUR001535505).

The unique payment instructions and references for your tenants can be found under View payment instructions on the rents page of your tenancy.

WINZ may also ask to see a copy of the tenancy agreement.

Once the bond payment has been received in full for your tenancy and a signed bond lodgement form created through the platform or uploaded, myRent will then lodge the bond directly with Tenancy Services.

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What the community has to say
  • MH

    hi im looking for a one bedroom unit base in whangarei is there any around thanks

  • AH

    Does anyone know if winz pays the bond to the landlord, then later after the tenancy the bond is refunded by thr landlord - does the government get back the bond or is that taken/gifted to the tenant?

  • SM

    Regarding your question Ainsley , as in almost all cases Bond/Rent in advance paid via Work and Income, to your new landlord, you normally have to repay the amount to Work and Income however when your tenancy ends, you can either have your Bond transferred to your new landlord, or have it paid out directly into your personal account

  • KM
    Katrina linda

    Yes winz pay for bond

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