Hold onto your cash until your card bill is due

For a small service fee of 2.95%, you can pay any invoice using your preferred credit card, even if your supplier does not accept card payments.

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Optimise your working capital and unlock early payment discounts

The vast majority of credit card companies offer up to 56 days of interest-free payment period. Extend your payment time and free up your cash flow by making the most out of your credit float. On top of optimising your working capital by retaining cash on hand until your card bill is due, you can even negotiate early payment discounts when you pay your suppliers on time.

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Frictionless reconciliation and reporting

On top of allowing businesses to free up their working capital and combat liquidity shortages, the extensive remittance data provided by credit cards makes for easier reconciliation and reporting. All payments made through Billhop will be updated on your credit card statement in real time, giving a much-needed boost to your accounts payable process.

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Avoid loans and factoring

While factoring may be a tempting solution for businesses looking for a quick cash injection, many fail to consider the true cost of factoring which includes high late fees and the risk of having to buy back unpaid invoices. By the same token, loans appear as corporate debts, which is less than ideal. Billhop takes advantage of the pre-approved credit on your card and gives you accessing to financing with no application process or impact to your credit rating.

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What types of invoices can I pay with my credit card?

Any invoice-based purchase of goods or services

Broadband and phone bills

Employees' paychecks (limited to Visa and Mastercard)

Gas and electricity bills

HMRC tax bill, including but not limited to business rates, self-assessment tax returns and VAT

Legal fees

Most subscription-based services

Office rent

Office supplies and services

Repairs and renovations costs

Still have questions?

How much does Billhop cost?

Billhop’s pricing is simple and transparent. We charge a small service fee of 2.95% on each transaction amount.

For instance, if you have an invoice of £100 that you would like to pay through Billhop, you will be billed a total of £102.95, after our service fee of 2.95% has been included.

There are no additional costs associated with having a Billhop account and we do not charge a subscription fee or have any hidden upgrades. Our service fee covers all the costs of processing and handling your card payments.

Registration is completely free.

What types of invoices can I pay using Billhop?

You can pay any invoice as long as:

  • The product or service does not fall under our list of restrictions.

Some examples of the types of bills you can pay using Billhop:

  • Office supplies and services
  • Software subscriptions
  • Home repairs and renovations
  • Car services and repairs
  • Holidays and travel
  • Recurring rent and utility bills / amenities (energy, broadband, phone bills etc)
  • Tax (HMRC, Council tax, Corporate tax, VAT etc)
  • Legal fees
  • School and university fees
  • Sports clubs and other membership fees
  • Any invoice-based purchase for goods or services

Which credit cards can I use with Billhop?

You can use any Visa, Mastercard, Diners Club or American Express card, just like you would any online purchase.

It's worth noting that American Express may require direct approval if you plan to make a particularly large payment that deviates from your normal spending patterns. If a payment is initially declined, it is important that you contact their customer service directly.

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