Send international and domestic payments, all from one place
Streamline payments with automated workflows and sync with accounting software.
Why use Bill.com for international payments?
Gain efficiency and accuracy with a streamlined process that delivers more transparency and control.
Streamline your workflow
One simple process for both domestic payments and international payments to over 130 countries.
Keep everything in sync
Avoid struggling with double data entry. Bill.com automatically syncs your USD and local currency bills with Intuit QuickBooks, Xero, Sage Intacct, and Oracle NetSuite.
Save more money
Pay your international vendors more cost-effectively.
With over 130 countries, we've got you covered
Bill.com supports payments in a growing list of countries and currencies. See the full list here.
Save money when you pay vendors in local currencies
Wire Transfer Fee
Wire Transfer Fee
*$0 wire transfer fee and competitive exchange rate for payments in local currencies. International wires sent in USD are $9.99 per transaction.
**Based on average published fee for outgoing international wires in local currencies, charged by the top 10 US banks according to the FDIC. This fee excludes currency conversion rates.
Let us do the math for you
Vendors don't need to "pad" bills to offset exchange rates.
Avoid intermediary bank fees by paying in local currencies.
Pay vendors faster.
Don't keep vendors waiting for conversion—pay in their currency.
"Bill.com enables us to pay our overseas vendors in local currencies or U.S. dollars. We used to go to our bank to send international wires. Each transfer cost $15 and would take at least 15 minutes. With Bill.com, it's a 1-click operation."Watch video
"Our clients and their vendors appreciate Bill.com International Business Payments because the payment process is tracked, quicker and easier than a bank wire transfer, and incredibly efficient. It doesn't get better than this for our team, honestly."View our case study
"We have one client that has an aggressive time frame for closing at month's end. Before the company struggled with converting and reconciling global payments from the parent organization. After using Bill.com, we were able to close financials within one day."View our case study
"By using Bill.com for international payments, we can make payments in local currencies and store all of the relevant documentation on Bill.com. With dozens of payments a month, the process is simple and efficient."View our case study
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best way to transfer money internationally?
Your first choice for international money transfers shouldn't be your bank. You'll likely save money and time by using another digital payments provider.
Bill.com is the intelligent business payments platform that gives you full control over an automated, end-to-end process. With our International Payments solution, you can make electronic payments to your vendors outside the U.S. for business purposes. Benefits include approval workflows, accounting software and apps integration, payment tracking, and competitive rates.
What is the cost for sending international payments?
For international wires in local currencies, Bill.com offers competitive exchange rates and no wire transfer or intermediary bank fees. For international wires in U.S. dollars, the fee is $9.99 per transaction.
To avoid high bank fees and lifting fees from intermediary banks, use Bill.com to deliver the payment in your vendor’s local currency. For international wires in local currency, there are no intermediary bank charges, so your vendor receives the full payment amount.
If your vendor prefers to receive the payment in USD, the Bill.com wire transfer fee is only $9.99. However, like any other USD wire, intermediary banks may charge your vendor additional fees. Bill.com does not have control over intermediary bank fees when you send payments in USD.
How long do international payments take?
Most payments arrive within 1-3 business days. The time varies depending on the recipient country, currency, and the time it takes to receive funds from your bank account. The estimated delivery date will be provided when you schedule the payment. Typical schedules are provided here.
For tips on how to avoid payment delays, click here.