Press Release

Premier's Office
Department of Trade, Investment, Promotion and Consumer Affairs
Release Date:
Thursday, 20 January 2022 - 11:17am

The Department of Trade, Investment Promotion and Consumer Affairs is now accepting remote payment from customers wishing to make payments for trade licenses.

Director of Trade, Mrs. Karia Christopher said, “To reduce the immense foot traffic at the Department and to better serve our customers we are encouraging persons to make payments for trade license using any of our contactless options.”

Persons can use any of the following options to make payments for trade license:

 Credit Card/Debit

  1. Complete the Credit Card Authorisation Form
  2. Email the completed form to Where email is not possible, please drop-off the information in a sealed envelope in the drop box located on the second floor. 
  3. A customer service representative will call when the process is completed.


Customers who choose to remit payment with a cheque should list all licenses to be paid, placed in a sealed envelope and placed in the drop box on the second floor.


All cash payments must be remitted at the Department of Trade in person.  Cashier hours are 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday.

Residents of the sister islands will continue to be serviced as priority if payments are made in person. Trade license late fees will be in effect from February 15.

For more information, please contact the Department of Trade, Investment Promotion and Consumer Affairs at 468-2008 or by email


  • Form: Credit Card Authorization Form
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Nekita Turnbull

Information Officer II
Department of Information & Public Relations 
Telephone: 468-2730