How do I pay the central billing account on my business credit card?

Central billing refers to a billing type for a business credit card. An account is linked to all cards issued and transactions roll over to one account. This centrally billed account then issues a monthly billing statement so the business only needs to make one payment.

Cards can be issued to owners, joint owners, authorized representatives, and employees.

To make a payment to the centrally billed account using online banking

  1. Select Transfer & pay at the top of the page, then choose Pay bills.
  2. Select the centrally billed account.
  3. Enter the amount, select the date, and choose the account to pay from. Then select Review & pay.
  4. If everything is correct, select Pay.

To make a payment to the centrally billed account using the U.S. Bank Mobile App

  1. From the dashboard, select Pay bills & transfer, then choose Pay a bill.
  2. Select the centrally billed account, then choose Pay.
  3. Enter the amount, then select Save.
  4. If you want to change the date, select Deliver payment by and choose the desired date, then select Save.
  5. Choose the account to pay from, then select Save.
  6. Review the payment details. When ready, select Pay, then Pay $ once more to confirm it.

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