You can pay off your Divvy balance directly through the payment portal on the web platform. You can also make a payment from a mobile device if you are away from your desk. Finally, you can also make a payment using ACH or wire transfer.

If you view the Account Payment page on your payment due date, the page displays the Amount Due. Amount Due is the total amount owed on the due due and includes money spent, past due amounts, and any other fees if applicable. The amount due must be paid in full by the due date to avoid late fees. If you view the Account Payment page on a date other than your due date, the page displays the Accrued Amount Due. Accrued Amount Due is an estimate of the amount that will be owed at the end of your billing cycle, and is subject to change based on what you've spent so far in your billing cycle period.

If you want to automatically make a payment on your balance when your available credit limit reaches a specified level, you can set up low balance autopay from your account settings.

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Pay Balance Via Payment Portal

Web

Jump to Mobile steps

  1. In the Divvy Navigation Menu, click the Dashboard link [1].

  2. Find the Account payment info section [2].

Company Dashboard

3. To make a payment, click the Make a Payment button.

Make a Payment button

4. The Account payment page displays two sections: Credit details and Payment details. In the Credit details section [1], you can view your account's credit limit [2], current balance (total spend amount that has not been paid) [3], available credit limit [4], amount due or accrued amount due (amount owed on payment due date) [5], and payment due date [6].

In the Payment details section [7], you will enter and manage payment information.

If you prefer to pay by ACH or wire transfer, click the Wire/ACH Instructions link [8].

Note: If you view the Account Payment page on your payment due date, the page displays the Amount Due. Amount Due is the total amount owed on the due due and includes money spent, past due amounts, and any other fees if applicable. The amount due must be paid in full by the due date to avoid late fees. If you view the Account Payment page on a date other than your due date, the page displays the Accrued Amount Due. Accrued Amount Due is an estimate of the amount that will be owed at the end of your billing cycle, and is subject to change based on what you've spent so far in your billing cycle period.

View Payment Details

5. The Payment Date field automatically displays the current date, which will be associated with your payment [1].

6. In the From Bank Account drop-down menu, select the bank account you want to use for your payment [2]. Learn more about adding and managing bank accounts.

7. To pay the full balance, click the Balance button [3]. To pay a custom amount, click the Custom button [4] and enter the amount you want to pay [5].

Enter Payment Details

8. Before submitting your payment, verify the amount you have entered in the Payment Total section [1]. To submit your payment, click the Submit button [2].

Submit Payment

Mobile

  1. In the Navigation Menu, tap the Company icon.

Company Icon

2. Tap the Options icon [1]. Then tap the Make a payment button [2].

Make a Payment Mobile

3. To select the bank account you want to use for the payment, tap the From Bank Account field [1].

4. To enter the amount of your payment, tap the Payment Amount field [2].

5. To submit your payment, tap the Pay button [3].

For instructions on paying with a wire transfer or ACH payment, tap the Wire/ACH instructions link [4].

Account Payment Mobile

Pay Balance via ACH/Wire Transfer

You can also wire funds directly to Divvy if you need funds available quicker. All you need to do is contact your financial institution and have the information below ready to pay via wire or automated clearing house (ACH).

Divvy Account Information

This is the information your financial institution will use to indicate where the funds are sent.

Financial Institution

Zions Bank

One South Main Street

Salt Lake City, UT 84133

Divvy Credit Account

A: 982731614

R: 124000054

Address

Divvy

13707 S 200 W STE 100

Draper, UT 84020

Your Account Information

You will also need to include your Divvy account number on the payment remittance information line. For wire transfers, use the OBI line. For ACH transactions, use the Addenda line.

To find your Divvy account number, click the Make a Payment button from the Divvy Dashboard. Then click the Wire/ACH Instructions link. Your account number displays in the Include Divvy account section.

Find Help

If you have additional questions or need help with using Divvy, please view our other Help Center articles or contact the Divvy Support team.

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