With Bill.com, you can sign up for a subscription-free Basic account if you only want to send and receive payments through the Bill.com network, and pay no transaction fees. You must have a subscription-free Basic account before you can connect to vendors and customers/payers, and start transacting.
If you login to your subscription-free Basic account and get the “No current connection” message, you’ll need to connect with your vendor or customer/payer via the Bill.com network before you can send and receive payments. Follow the steps below to to share your Payment Network ID (PNI) and get connected.
- Locate your Payment Network ID (PNI)
- Give your PNI to your vendor or customer/payer
- Helpful things to know
Locate your Payment Network ID (PNI)
To connect to your vendor or customer/payer from your existing account, you’ll need to start by locating your PNI.
- Select Network
- Select Access additional network features here
- Select My Network Profile and note your Payment Network ID (PNI)
Give your PNI to your vendor or customer/payer
Take the PNI that you wrote down in Step 3 and give it to your vendor or customer so they can enter it on their side.
Helpful things to know
When your customer/payer or vendor enters the PNI into your profile in their Bill.com account, it'll automatically connect your Bill.com account to their Bill.com account. We'll notify you via email once you're connected.
If your bank account is verified, all payments you send or receive between network connections will be direct deposit ePayments going forward.