Paying an Invoice Online

Instructions on how to pay EquipmentShare invoices online via ACH or Credit Card online.

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Written by Breanne Cassidy
Updated over a week ago

Paying your EquipmentShare invoices online is as easy as a few secure steps from T3's Billing page for authorized users when logged into your T3 account or pay as a guest using the Direct Pay Portal. Invoices can be paid via ACH or Credit Card.

Note: It is recommended you use Google Chrome on your desktop to pay your invoice online.

Paying an Invoice in T3

  • Select the Billing page from the left menu.

  • Select your invoices that need to be paid. Note: Check the boxes next to the invoice in the listed view.

  • Select the Pay Invoices button.

OR

  • Open an individual invoice and select the Pay Invoices button in the top right corner.

  • Select the Checkout with Stripe button.

  • Enter your email address.

  • Choose Card or US Bank account as your payment method.

Card Payment

  • Enter your card information, including the expiration MM/YY and security CVC code.

  • Include your name, country, and Zip Code.

  • Select Pay.

  • Your payment will be confirmed.

ACH / Bank Method Payment

  • Select your bank institution from the list or search for your bank to link your account for payment.

Note: If you do not see your institution or choose not to link your account, select Enter bank details manually instead.

  • Review the EquipmentShare uses Stripe to connect your accounts window and select Agree and continue.

  • A window will open that will prompt you to walk through linking your bank account via Stripe. Your bank’s login screen will display, requiring you to enter your username and password credentials for your bank institution.

  • Select your bank account and select the Connect account button.

  • Select the Continue with Equipmentshare.com, Inc. button to re-direct to the payment window.

  • Select the blue Pay button.

  • The payment will be confirmed. You will receive a confirmation email of the payment. Note: It may take a few moments for invoices to update as paid.

Paying an Invoice in the Direct Pay Portal

Use this method to pay invoices online as a guest (a T3 log-in is not required).

  • To make an invoice payment, open one of the Payment Reminder emails you received from EquipmentShare.

  • Select the Pay as a Guest button.

  • The Direct Pay Portal will display invoices by status and due date.

    • Note: Not all outstanding invoices will be displayed in the Direct Pay Portal. To see a list of all outstanding invoices, reach out to Customer Support or log into T3's Billing page.

  • Select which invoices to pay using the checkbox selector.

  • Select the Pay Invoices button.

  • A Pay Invoice panel will display, listing the invoices you selected.

  • Select the Pay with Stripe button to continue.

Card Payment

  • Enter your Email, and card information, including the expiration MM/YY and security CVC code.

  • Include your Cardholder name, Country, and Zip Code.

  • Select Pay.

  • Your payment will be confirmed.

ACH / Bank Method Payment

  • Enter your Email.

  • Select the US Bank account option.

  • Enter your Full name.

  • Select your bank institution from the list or search for your bank to link your account for payment.

    • Note: If you do not see your institution or haven’t linked your account in the past, select Enter bank details manually instead.

  • Review the EquipmentShare uses Stripe to connect your accounts window and select Agree and continue.

  • A window will open that will prompt you to walk through linking your bank account via Stripe. Your bank’s login screen will display, requiring you to enter your username and password credentials for your bank institution.

  • Select your bank account and select the Connect account button.

  • Select the Continue with Equipmentshare.com, Inc. button to re-direct to the payment window.

  • Select the blue Pay button.

  • The payment will be confirmed. You will receive a confirmation email of the payment. Note: It may take a few moments for invoices to update as paid.

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