Getting paid for your service is a key part of any business, and Postal wants to make sure you get paid by your preferred method. Here's how to set up your preferred payment methods in Routable and Postal.


First, find your invite email to get started with Routable:

Next, after registering, click to the 'Get Started' within Routable.

From there, you'll be prompted to enter your contact information....

...and tax information. Both are crucial to the setup of your account.

After completing your contact and tax information, you will be asked to select your preferred payment method. If you select to accept eChecks, you will need to click "Connect bank account" and enter your banking information.

After entering your banking information, you will be prompted to review all input information before confirming and moving to the next step. If everything looks correct, click "Confirm payment method"

From there, you've completed your preferred payment setup in Routable and are ready to navigate back to the Postal vendor app to complete the rest of the process!


Once the above steps in Routable are complete, go back to your email inbox to view the payable:

Click "View Payable." This will bring you back to your Vendor App dashboard, where you can view all details of your payables:

Congrats! You're done. Now that you have finished this process you will begin to receive the following emails:

  1. Payment voucher - comes right after month-close (within a few days) and serves as a heads up, for them to link to the vendor app and check their reporting

  2. Payment - sent according to their terms, where they accept their payment and the way it's paid (bank acct on-file, new bank account, check)

How to Update your Payment Method

As the vendor, you can go into Routable and update your banking information under Payment Method.

Helpful Tips

  • Each Order # links to all of the order details

  • If there are any discrepancies, contact [email protected] with a spreadsheet showing where the discrepancy is

  • Orders are invoiced on the date they are confirmed

  • Total Amount is Product Price (-rev share) + total tax + total shipping

Let's get paid! 😄

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