To make payments online, request an invoice, go through its details, click on the online payment option and verify the request to send payment. Most online banking services have integrated electronic payment systems allowing users to either receive or send payments, notes TechTarget.com.
Online payment options make it possible for people from across the world to transact business on the Internet. Online invoicing and payments make transactions much safer and fast, states TechTarget.com. To pay an invoice online, do the following:
- Request an invoice
- Receive and read through the invoice
- Click on the payment option
- Send an email or contact the seller
Request an invoice from the service or product provider. Some online banking services have options that allow for quick invoice requests.
Receive an invoice and read through it to verify that all information is correct. Use old records to make sure that all the information is accurate.
On the invoice, browse to find the link redirecting to payment options. Choose the preferred payment option and enter verification details. A password or PIN may be necessary for verification of payment. Some service providers that allow for online payments include PayPal and Payoneer MasterCard.
To ensure the seller has received payment, check through personal email for the payment notification. Call or email the seller to confirm receipt of payment.