Auto-PayAuto-Pay gives you the comfort of knowing that your payments to US Foods will always be made on time.We will automatically pull from your bank account on your invoice due dates.Sections1. Set up Auto-Pay2. View current Auto-Pay3. Cancel Auto-PaySet Up Auto-PaySetting up Auto-Pay is easy:A. Hover your cursor over My Business at the top of the page.B. Click on Invoices & Payments.ABIf you do not see Payments as an option under My Business and you would like to make payments onlinefrom your bank account, contact your US Foods representative to request access. 2020 US Foods. All Rights Reserved.1
Auto-PayC. Under the Manage Auto-Pay section, click Get Details.CD. If you don’t have an email address on ﬁle you will need to provide us with one before you can makepayments online. Once you save your email you will move to the Manage Auto-Pay page. 2020 US Foods. All Rights Reserved.2
Auto-PayE. If you do not see a customer location on Manage Auto-Pay, you may have already set up Auto-Pay forthat customer location. Click on View Current Auto-Pay to check. If you are still unable to ﬁnd yourcustomer location, call technical support at 1-800-214-6262.F. To set up Auto-Pay for a customer location, check the box to the left of that customer location. You canselect multiple cutomer locations at a time.G. Click Next. 2020 US Foods. All Rights Reserved.3
Auto-PayH. Enter your bank and checking account information.-Start with your routing number-Your bank’s name may load automatically if it is already on ﬁle. If your bank name does not automaticallydisplay, you will need to enter the name of your bank.-Enter your checking account number.-Conﬁrm your checking account number.I. Select the ﬁrst invoice date you want Auto-Pay to take eﬀect.J. Select whether or not you want to receive email notiﬁcations for payments made by the Auto-Pay. Emailnotiﬁcations will be sent to the email address on ﬁle for your account.K. Click Next. 2020 US Foods. All Rights Reserved.4
Auto-PayL. Take a moment to review your payment information.M. Review and agree to our ACH/Direct Debit Terms and Conditions.N. Click Submit.Congratulations! You have successfully set up your customer location for Auto-Pay.O. Make sure to review your open invoices and make sure that you don’t have any open balances due frombefore your Auto-Pay start date.P. If you have another customer location you would like to set up Auto-Pay for, click Manage Auto-Pay tostart the process over again. 2020 US Foods. All Rights Reserved.5
Auto-PayView Current Auto-PayA. Hover your cursor over My Business at the top of any page.B. Click on Invoices & Payments.ABC. Under the Manage Auto-Pay section, click Get Details.CD. If you have any customer locations attached to your user account not registered for Auto-Pay, you willsee a list of them on the Manage Auto-Pay page. Click View Current Auto-Pay to view your customerlocations already set up on Auto-Pay. 2020 US Foods. All Rights Reserved.6
Auto-PayE. If all of your customer locations are set up on Auto-Pay, you will automatically land on the Manage AutoPay Details. Click on the Customer Location you want to view.F. Your selected customer location’s Auto-Pay Details will display at the bottom of the page.Cancel Auto-PayYou cannot cancel Auto-Pay through US Foods online. To cancel Auto-Pay for a customer location, calltechnical support at 1-800-214-6262. 2020 US Foods. All Rights Reserved.7
Auto-Pay E. If all of your customer locations are set up on Auto-Pay, you will automatically land on the Manage Auto-Pay Details. Click on the Customer Location you want to view. F. Your selected customer location's Auto-Pay Details will display at the bottom of the page. Cancel Auto-Pay You cannot cancel Auto-Pay through US Foods online.
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Manage Bill Pay Accounts You can view and manage your additional Pay from Accounts. Add New Account Your institution has to approve new pay from accounts. Bill Pay Accounts You can view a list of pending and approved pay from accounts. You can: Change the Nickname. Change the Default Pay From Account. Delete the pay from account.
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