You must have a US address to sign up for a paid Bill.com account, unless you are based in Canada and you've been invited to receive payment from an existing Bill.com user.
If you are a vendor outside of the US or Canada and you'd like to receive payments from a customer who uses Bill.com, give your international banking information to your customer and they can add it to their account to send you payments. You can also ask your customer to send you a link to enter your payment information securely.
- What if I don't have a US address?
- Can I use a non-US address as a mailing address?
- Can I use a US P.O. Box?
- Can I sign up and use Bill.com while I am outside the US?
- Can I sign up with a US address, but add a non-US bank account to make or receive payments?
- Can I make international payments?
What if I don't have a US address?
Unfortunately, you won't be able to sign up to use Bill.com at this time. Please check back with us in the future.
Can I use a non-US address as a mailing address?
No. Company, personal, and mailing addresses must all be US addresses.
Can I use a US P.O. Box?
No. The company address must be a physical street address, as we use this for verification in compliance with federal and state laws.
Can I sign up and use Bill.com while I am outside the US?
Yes. However, if you are setting up a bank account and are currently located outside the US, or don't have a US public record history, we offer the option to verify your identity through documents.
Can I sign up with a US address, but add a non-US bank account to make or receive payments?
No. To pay bills or get paid using Bill.com, you must add a US based bank account to your Bill.com account.
Can I make international payments?
Yes. Bill.com lets you pay international vendors electronically, making cross-border business payments just as easy as domestic payments. International payments aren't available for receivables.