If you have any questions, please send an email to [email protected] or you can call our office at 703-777-0280.
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No. There is no fee for using eCheck.
Your Bank Routing and Bank Account Numbers can be located at the bottom of your check. Your Bank Routing Number is the 9 digits between |: and |:, with your Account Number just to the right. Please do not confuse these numbers with your check number. Your check number should not be included in your submission. Please review our sample below.
The Originator is GB00000001.
National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) manages the development, administration, and governance of the ACH Network, the payment system that drives safe, smart, and fast Direct Deposits and Direct Payments with the capability to reach all U.S. bank and credit union accounts.
Microbilt only validates the first use of an account number or changes to an account for an eCheck payment. This may result in being unable to process payments until an account is validated and in good standing.
Microbilt verifies only the routing and account number are valid.
Yes, payments that go through the portal successfully may be returned for various reasons (NSF, Account closed etc.) Here is a link for most common ACH return codes.
It could be declined by Microbilt for invalid account or routing number, or it could be declined by PayPal if you have had fraudulent activity or returned payments in the past. A payment may also be rejected if it passes all validations for the reasons above.
A $40 returned check fee will be added to your tax account if there are not sufficient funds in your bank account to cover the tax payment.
At the end of this transaction, an acknowledgment screen will display. We ask that you print the acknowledgment screen with the reference number for future use.
When our office has processed your payment, we will send you an email confirmation if you provide us with your e-mail address on this form.
While you should always be aware of fraud; using eCheck on the internet is no more insecure than handing your check to a waiter at a restaurant. Loudoun County uses the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) services provided by our VipNet webserver to encrypt all its transactions. SSL is a protocol which enables encrypted, authenticated communications across the internet. In communication between web browsers and web servers mostly SSL is used, but not exclusively. SSL provides privacy, authentication, and message integrity to prevent eavesdropping, forgery, and tampering.
This is quite common for Internet Explorer (IE) browsers, and it is due to a setting on your system. The setting forces the IE browser to not cache or save information from encrypted pages. If you want to save or cache encrypted pages you need to change the setting by opening IE, click on VIEW, then INTERNET OPTIONS and select ADVANCED from the tabs. Scroll the list down to SECURITY and make sure that the box for "Do Not Save Encrypted Pages to Disk" is UNCHECKED. Then click APPLY and all you should now be able to use the back button to correct your information easily.
“We regret to inform you that we were unable to accept your payment based on the financial information received. For questions, please contact Microbilt….”
Microbilt is a verification service for account and routing information. This error is common with typos in your account information. Please contact Microbilt at the number listed in your error message to confirm why we are unable to accept your payment.
“We could not process your payment. Your Payment has not been received and there will be no charge to your account. Please try a different payment method.”
If this decline is received, please contact your bank, and verify the payment method being used. If they can validate the information is correct, please contact our office at 703-777-0285.