Getting to know ViaBill
What is ViaBill?
How does ViaBill work?
Will I be charged a interest?
Will this affect my credit score?
How do I sign up for ViaBill?
How do I get approved?
Is ViaBill secure?
Where can I use ViaBill?
How do I provide feedback to ViaBill?
Payments and Billing
What happens if I miss a payment?
How do I pay off my balance?
When do I make my first payment?
Why was my installment charged via ACH?
How do I close my account?
How do I change my password?
How do I change my phone number?
How do I update my email address?
How do I update my payment methods?
How do I connect my bank account?
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Managing your Orders
Why am I being charged even though I sent back the items?
What happens if my items were out of stock?
What if I haven’t received confirmation of my purchase from the merchant?
How do I provide feedback about a merchant?
How do I change, cancel, or return my order?
When will I receive my order?
How can I view my orders and payments?
How do I get a refund?
How ViaBill works
How much does ViaBill cost?
How do my customers learn about ViaBill?
How do I add ViaBill to my store?
What kinds of businesses does ViaBill work with?
Which countries does ViaBill operate in?
How is ViaBill different than other payment options?
How do I provide feedback about ViaBill’s service?
I just signed up for ViaBill, what's next?
ViaBill Status Page
How do I capture an order?
A customer placed an order, what next?
What if I am out of stock and cannot fulfill an order?
When will I be paid for my orders?
Where can I see my orders and payouts?
What happens if a shopper returns or cancels an order?
What happens to my personal information?
Why am I being asked to provide my personal information?
KYC Document Upload Guide
Will my information be secure?
Updating Your Business, Personal, and Banking Information
What's a callback?
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Our Shop Overview
Updated by Team ViaBill
ViaBill sends you a reminder each month before your payment is due, along with a notification of a failed payment.
If the payment is missed, don’t panic!
ViaBill will attempt to capture the payment again on the following day, the last banking day of the month, and then the 1st and 2nd of the following month. The first three attempts will be on the card on file, with the final being on the attached checking account if one is available.
However, if you missed your payment, you will not incur a late fee so long as your payment is captured within 15 days of being due. After this, a late fee will be applied to the account of $15 or the installment amount, whichever is less.
After the late fee is applied, ViaBill will attempt to charge the past due installment in addition to the new installment and late fee on your next scheduled due date.