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Check Elimination
Reduce reliance on manual checks

USPTO Payment Solution
Automate reccurring payments


Check Elimination

We are a leading provider in electronic payment enablement. We help improve efficiencies by seamlessly migrating our customers from manual checks to electronic payments. By leveraging the virtual Mastercard® program of our sister-company Comdata, we give companies the flexibility of remitting payment to vendors through either a highly secure virtual card or ACH payment.
  • Transform your accounts payable department into a source of some supplemental revenue
  • Accommodate suppliers who cannot – or will not – accept card payments
  • Reduce costs by combining virtual card and ACH payments to deliver the largest possible cost reduction in payment processing
  • Simplify your existing accounts payable processes


  • Revenue share paid on card payments
  • Eliminate check costs
  • Utilize ACH Backstop as a Vendor Alternative for card payments
  • Receive monthly vendor cash rebates on all card-based payments
  • Utilize your existing accounts payable system
  • Maintain your existing bank relationships


United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Payment Solution

Save countless hours in time, manual entry and costs. We can help you automate the complex and time-consuming task of manually reconciling docketing, USPTO Fee codes, and time & billing matter codes. The USPTO Payment Solution is the first platform that allows law firms to seamlessly reconcile USPTO transactions, automate files, and pay the USPTO electronically with Comdata’s virtual Mastercard® payments system.

Automate the process in two simple steps

We have the ability to import files into your T&B system based on your firm’s needs and workflow.

Key Benefits:

  • Frictionless posting and reconciliation
  • Seamless automation of payment files —no manual intervention
  • Prevent duplicate payments
  • Leverage custom reporting tools
  • Continuous validation
  • Robust revenue share for 100% of USPTO spend