Thank you for choosing Rayner Agencies for your insurance needs!

We have a number of payment options for your convenience.

Please note for vehicle license plates and registrations, payments can be made in our office or over the phone, or through your MySGI online account.

We now accept eTransfer!

We now accept eTransfer payments of up to $3,000.00 (every 24 hour period) as a method of payment. Simply send your eTransfer to: etransfer@rayneragencies.ca from your favourite banking app (mobile or web).

For your convenience, we accept electronic bill payments from the following banks:

As an alternative to paying your bill via online banking, you can pay your insurance policy through our secure checkout below.

Pay any of your insurance policies with Interac Online.

This service is only available from Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto Dominion, and select credit unions.

Pay your SGI CANADA policy with a credit card, Visa Debit, or Debit Mastercard.

Pay your SMI policy with a credit card, Visa Debit, or Debit Mastercard.

To make an online payment via your desktop browser, the following minimum versions are recommended:

  • Internet Explorer 11
  • Google Chrome 30 or higher
  • Mozilla Firefox 27 or higher
  • Safari 8 or higher

Pre-authorized monthly debit payment plans are now available!

Finance fees are nominal and can be a more convenient way to pay your insurance premium. Click here to download your pre-authorized debit (PAD) form and return it to our office. If you have any questions, please contact Jamie at jamie.swahn@rayneragencies.ca or 306-986-3236.

For most institutions that provide consumers with online or electronic bill payment options, you will generally need two pieces of information in order to pay your bills this way.

If you are paying your policy via online banking through one of the banks listed above, generally the first piece of information is the name of your payee which, in our case, is RAYNER AGENCIES LTD. The second piece of information you will need to provide is your 6-digit account number. When prompted to do so, enter the 6-digit account number shown on the top-right corner of your invoice. Should you experience any difficulty, please contact your local bank branch.