Zoom payment methods
Zoom offers you multiple ways to pay your invoice conveniently. Automatic payment via credit/debit card, PayPal, and ACH Debit are accepted For eligible accounts, Zoom accepts manual payment by check, wire/bank transfer, EFT, and ACH.
This article covers:
- Autopay vs. Manual Pay
- Payment Methods
Prerequisites for Zoom payment methods
- Account owner, admin, or a custom role with billing privileges
Autopay vs. Manual Pay
Autopay: Invoices are automatically paid on their due date with the billing information on file. Autopay via credit/debit card, PayPal, and ACH Debit payments are accepted.
Manual Pay: Manual payment may be made via check, wire/bank transfer, EFT, or ACH. In order to pay via a manual option, you must be a direct customer with a monthly recurring rate of $250 USD or above. Please contact Sales for further assistance in modifying your payment terms.
Invoices have net payment terms (ex. Net 30). If you have purchased a subscription via a direct sales quote, contact your dedicated Account Executive to adjust your terms to manual pay. If you purchased online, you will need to contact Sales to see if your account is eligible for manual payment.
Note: Change from autopay to manual payment for purchases online requires amendment and is only valid on a go-forward basis for net new invoices after provisioned.
Once you have been set up with a manual payment, remittance information will appear on your invoices. If you need additional information in order to submit your manual payment, please contact your dedicated Account Executive.
Please see your invoice for the address where you can submit your check. If you need additional information in order to submit your manual payment, please contact your dedicated Account Executive.
Wire/bank transfer and EFT
Please see your invoice for information. If you need additional information in order to submit your manual payment, please contact your dedicated Account Executive.
Once you have contacted Sales or your dedicated Account Executive to set up your account, you can proceed through the following steps to set up your ACH payment. The ACH option will only be available if your account is eligible for ACH. Please note that at this time, ACH as described below is only available for US accounts with a currency of USD.
- Sign in to the Zoom web portal.
- In the navigation menu, click Account Management, then Billing.
- Click the Billing Information tab.
- Scroll to the Payment Method section, then click Edit.
- Choose ACH/Bank and enter your banking details.
Note: if ACH is not an option, contact your dedicated Account Executive for assistance.
There will be a micro-deposit notification pop-up informing you of the next steps to follow. There will also be a reminder email for verification as well as a notification on Billing tab reminding you to verify your account. You can expect to receive these micro-deposits within 1-3 business days.
- Do not insert a “$” symbol as this will fail verification.
- If you exceed the maximum attempts to verify your account, you will receive an error message and will need to begin the process again.
Once successfully set up, you can click edit to set up a new payment method or set up a different bank account via ACH.
When you’re ready to make an ACH payment, sign in to the Zoom web portal. Click Account Management, then Billing, Invoice History, and click Pay Now on your invoice.
If you have ACH as your payment method, you may see the option to Enable Auto-pay. This option will maintain your current terms (Net terms or Due Upon Receipt), but will automatically use the ACH information you provided to pay your invoices automatically on your invoice due date.
If you are not a US or USD customer, you can still submit payment via ACH by contacting your bank.
SEPA Direct Debit
To receive payment and invoice notifications such as confirmation if your payment went through successfully or if the new form of payment was accepted, make sure your billing contact is updated.
Join the 100K+ other members in the Zoom Community! Login with your Zoom account credentials and start collaborating.