Check payments

The Envelope and Check issued to the Vendor

Payment for a single bill

When making a check payment for a single bill, if a document is associated, we will include page 1 on the check stub of the check.

Tip: Add a blank page for Page one of the document associated if not needing an image printed on the stub.

Combining payments

When paying more than one bill with the same Process Date to the same vendor, choose to combine the bill payments in one check or to keep them as separate checks. A single combined check is usually more convenient, but there are times when it may be necessary to send separate checks, such as for a tax payment or for the simplicity of reconciling specific bills with a specific check number.

If combining payments:

The vendor receives one check. The check stub lists the individual bill payments (see below - up to 35 allowed). The vendor receives one email confirmation. There is a fee for one check.

  • If multiple vendor credits are applied, up to three will be listed on the check stub. If more than three vendor credits are applied there will be a note that additional credits are applied after listing three.

If sending separate payments:

The vendor receives separate checks. Each check stub shows the first page of the related bill (see above). The vendor receives one email confirmation for each bill payment. There is a separate fee for each check.

Choose the preference to combine or separate checks for all vendors (Payables Preferences), an individual vendor (vendor page), or an individual payment (when you pay bills).

Depositing checks

Checks issued by PayMaker can be deposited at your bank, like any other check. You can also use your bank's mobile deposit feature for a hassle-free deposit.

Important Note

Checks issued by PayMaker cannot be deposited using Electronic Check Conversion services. Transactions initiated by Check Conversion services will be rejected by our bank. However, in this case, the check will still be valid, and can still be deposited normally.

Check Expiration

Checks are issued with the words Void after 90 days printed on them. On the 91st day after the date of issue, the check expires.

  • When the check expires, the funds will automatically remit to the originating bank account
  • All bank authorized users will receive an email notification that informs them a check has expired and voided