Town Of Wilmington Offers New Online Payment Service To Residents

WILMINGTON, MA — The Town of Wilmington is excited to announce it has partnered with Invoice Cloud, a web-based, electronic invoice presentment and payment company, to provide faster, more convenient billing services to customers.

The new online payment and e-bill service offers more flexibility in paying tax bills. The system is easy to use and allows residents to pay bills with either a bank account or credit/debit card. No registration is required to view an online replica of paper bills or to pay a bill.

Highlights include:

  • Easy-to-use interface.
  • Pay anytime, anywhere on your mobile device.
  • Schedule a payment for the same day, a future date or enroll in AutoPay.
  • Pay by phone 24/7: 855-372-2753.
  • Receive email reminders when a payment is due and a confirmation after making a payment.
  • Registration is not required.

Save Time with Automated Options:

  • AutoPay — automatically pay the invoice amount from your default payment method on the due date.
  • Recurring Scheduled Payments — set up a schedule to pay a fixed amount or the invoice balance on a specific day of the month.

To use the new payment system, go to invoicecloud.com/wilmingtonma. For additional questions regarding payments or the new Invoice Cloud service, contact the Treasurer/Tax Collector’s Office at 978-658-3531.

(NOTE: The above announcement is from the Town of Wilmington.)

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