An acceptemail is a bill you get on your phone, tablet or PC via email, whatsapp or social. No more need to copy details or pull out a checkbook. From now on paying bills is quick and easy.
To pay, just click the payment banner. You can pay using your preferred payment method. You will always see precisely what you’re paying and to whom.
Once you’ve paid, the payment status changes from blue to green. That’s how both you and the sender know you’ve paid. Simple and clear.
We save you time. A lot of time. You pay an acceptemail in less than 30 seconds. Imagine paying all your bills that fast. What makes it so quick? All the details have been filled in for you, so you only need to confirm the payment. Pay on the go from your mobile, there’s no need to plan.
We all lose bills. But we never forget where to find our email. Using our service means you can pay your bills straight from your inbox on any device. Pay them, file them, forward them, it’s easy.
Using acceptemail helps you keep track of your bills and payments. What’s more, results show that using our service helps you cut down on costly reminders. And that saves you money.
Do you often worry whether your payment was received? From now on you know instantly. Because once you’ve paid, the status banner in the acceptemail changes from blue to green in real-time. That’s how both you and the sender know you’ve paid. And once you know, you won’t have to worry.
We designed our service to be simple and secure. Instead of receiving a paper bill on your doormat or having to log into a customer portal, you now receive an digital payment request. And since you only pay via PayPal or your banks secure online environment, your payment is always private and secure. An acceptemail never contains confidential information so you can handle it like any other email.
No more cluttered desks, no more sifting through envelops, no more logging into yet another customer portal. With AcceptEmail all your bills are conveniently organized in your email. It’s less effort for you, saves money for the sender - and it’s better for the environment. That’s a lot of saving.