Purchase Power Invoice Explained

Purchase power invoice, payment terms and fee structure explained.
Purchase Power is a credit facility which eliminates the need for you to pay in advance. You will receive an easy to understand, itemised monthly invoice, billing you for any purchases made in the last 30 days.

Invoice Items Explained 
  • Balance from Previous Invoice: Any unpaid balances from a previous invoices will be carried forward to the current invoice.
  • Meter Reset: will be billed for the value of postage added to your meter. A transaction fee may be applied for each individual meter reset, depending on the terms of your agreement.
  • If you have opted for consolidated billing see Pitney Bowes LTD Invoice Explained for details on the following charges: Consumable, Rates, Service or Maintenance and Equipment Rental charges.
  • Purchase Power Fees Explained will provide details for any additional items that may appear on an invoice.

Purchase Power Payment Terms and Details
  • Payments are due 25 days from the invoice date to pay an invoice.
  • Flexible payment terms; pay either the minimum, the full amount or anything in between.
  • Invoice billing date can be amended to accommodate internal payment runs; choose from 14 different billing dates.

Payment Options

There are 2 types of payments available
  • Instructions for Setting up Direct Debit
    • Direct Debits payments are claimed on the 15th day from the invoice date to ensure payment are posted by the invoice due date.
  • Instruction for making Payments by Bank Transfer (BACS)
    • It takes 4 working days for a BACS payment to be received by Pitney Bowes. The funds are then applied to your account by the end of the next working day.

Sign In to your online account profile to obtain a copy of an invoice.

UPDATED: 14 August 2021

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