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Foreign Suppliers

Foreign suppliers can sign up for Paymode (ACH payments) if they have a U.S. bank account.

If they do not, then they are not eligible for Paymode at this time.

Paymode does not charge a fee for the exchange rate. However, the supplier's bank might.

Paymode

Foreign suppliers can sign up for Paymode (ACH payments) if they have a U.S. bank account.

If they do not, then they are not eligible for Paymode at this time.

Paymode does not charge a fee for the exchange rate. However, the supplier's bank might.

Suppliers can receive business payments from UW in the same AR file format they are used to receiving any other consumer payments. CTX- also known as an EDI 820 format. This is a type of file format that Paymode can send through to a vendor’s bank account. Some vendors (mostly larger vendors) find the CTX format is an efficient method of receiving payments electronically. They can most likely pull a file from their bank to load into their AR system. This will post their payments automatically to an open invoice or account number. Choosing this method also eliminates the need for the vendor to log in to PayMode since the remittance data will be sent to their bank. Supplier should contact PayMode Customer Support @ 877-443-6944 with their PayMode ID.   

ACH is an electronic payment method. ACH stands for Automated Clearing House and is a secure payment transfer (direct deposit) to a US account.