A variety of options to suit your needs.
Depending on your shipment volume and billing preferences, Deringer offers:
- Traditional invoicing
- Electronic billing (eBilling)
- Memo/report billing
Payments can be made by check or electronically by wire transfer/ACH.
Individual Invoice (Single invoice per transaction)
This traditional means of invoicing allows customers to receive an invoice for each entry transaction. These invoices include the entry number, date, and other shipment information. Back-up documentation usually accompanies the invoice.
eBilling (Access to invoices and backup documentation via email and online tool)
Customers can elect to receive Deringer invoices and backup documentation via email. Supporting reasonable care initiatives, this option allows companies to review entries prior to the tenth day statutory filing requirements of CBP. Customers can elect to receive one email per invoice, or an entire day’s invoices in one email. Furthermore, this automated option delivers invoices and statements to customers more quickly and prevents unnecessary waste, making it a more environmentally sustainable alternative. To sign up for eBilling, please complete the form on the Contact Us page and select eBilling Registration as the category.
Memo billing is available to customers who prefer a summary bill of their transactions. This alternative can be provided weekly or monthly but is ideal for medium to high volume shippers. From a list of options, customers can choose five data elements (one of which must be the invoice amount) to appear on the memo bill. Some of the available data points include invoice number, customer reference number, entry number, and invoice date.
For customers with large volumes of transactions, Deringer offers report bills. Customers can customize their report bills by requesting all data elements they wish to see; most requests can be accommodated. The summary is provided in a spreadsheet and is emailed on a weekly or monthly basis. This environmentally-friendly option allows customers to receive invoices electronically but does not usually provide back-up documentation.
For more information on Deringer’s invoicing options, please contact one of Deringer’s Customer Service Centers or your account executive.