If your account is currently set to pay your balance manually, you can enable automatic payment from your Billing cycle settings. If desired, you can also update your billing cycle from this page.

In order to enable automatic payment in Divvy, you must first select a primary bank account.


  • You cannot enable automatic payment if your company has an unpaid balance.

  • You cannot switch your account from automatic to manual payment in Divvy. Please contact your Customer Success Manager for assistance.

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  1. If your account payment is due soon, the Dashboard displays a banner with account payment information. To set up automatic payment from this banner, click the set up automatic payments link. Then proceed to step 5 of this article.

    View Message on Dashboard

  2. To manage your Payment settings, click the Settings link in the Divvy Navigation Menu [1] and select the Payments option [2].

    Open Payment Settings
  3. In the Billing cycle settings, click the Edit link.

    Edit Billing Cycle

  4. If your company has an unpaid balance [1], you must pay that balance before you can enable automatic payments. To pay the balance, click the Make a Payment button [2].

    Pay Your Balance

  5. In the Payment Type settings, select the Automatic option.

    Note: If you cannot select the Automatic option, you must first select a primary bank account.

    Select Automatic Payment Type
  6. View a confirmation message that includes the date your payment will be automatically withdrawn from your primary account [1].

  7. To save your changes, click the Save button [2].

    Save Changes

  8. To confirm you want to enable automatic payments, click the Confirm button.

    Confirm Changes

  9. When your account is successfully update, an Automatic payment label displays in your Billing cycle settings.

    View Automatic Payment

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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