If your vendor is already enrolled in our MEEP (MarginEdge Electronic Payments) Network, then they will automatically receive their payment electronically. But if you notice that your vendor is still receiving a paper check, you can request that vendor be enrolled in our network too!* Electronic payments allow them to be paid more quickly and securely versus checks.
Note: only MarginEdge Admins, Accountants, and Bill Pay users can submit and monitor enrollment requests.
Submitting an Enrollment Request
There are 3 ways to submit an enrollment request, all found within the Bill Pay section.
1) From the Vendor list in Bill Pay > Setup, click on "Manage Bill Pay Vendors" and use the "Enroll" button
2) From the Vendor list in Bill Pay > Setup, click to edit the vendor you want and scroll down to the current payment type. Click "Enroll vendor".
3) On the Review Payments screen when making a payment to the vendor, click "Enroll in e-payments"
Clicking the Enroll button in any of these three locations will launch the same pop-up asking you to confirm the vendor’s contact information. Once confirmed, the request is sent to the MarginEdge Vendor Enrollment team!
Note: The vendor’s address is required before an enrollment request can be submitted. If you get the pop up message seen below stating "Please save vendor contact information", you will need to add and save the vendor’s address, and then re-initiate the enrollment request.
Monitor the Status
Once requested, you can sit back. The MarginEdge Vendor Enrollment team takes care of the rest! If you're curious, you can monitor the status of enrollment by checking in Bill Pay > Setup under "Manage Vendors". Also, the user that submitted the request will receive email updates every time the status is updated.
*Please know that while we will make every effort to get your vendor enrolled, it is ultimately up to each individual vendor as to how they want to receive their payments. If they do not want electronic payments and would actually prefer a check, we have no choice but to keep sending a check.