How do I Pay my Invoice?

Spam Experts has outsourced and automated all payment collection processes to both Paypal and Stripe. With clients in over 80 countries, it allows us to further automate our financial administration and reduce overhead. Consequently, we are enabled to continue offering our products at the most competitive rates possible. If your organization does not support our default (online) payment options, you can always opt for a Direct Bank Transfer.

Payment process

  1. Log-in to your Spam Experts Client Area account
  2. Select Billing > My Invoices
  3. View Unpaid Invoice
  4. Select your preferred payment option (PayPal / Stripe / Direct Bank Transfer)
  5. Follow the Pay Now link for further instructions

Payment options

PayPal (Recurring Payment)

When you set up recurring payments via PayPal (reference transactions), your PayPal account is charged automatically for every invoice issued.

PayPal accepts all major credit cards even if you do not have a PayPal account

PayPal (One Time Payment)

You can make a one-time payment to pay your open invoice.

Login to your account and manually pay your open invoice every payment cycle.

PayPal accepts all major credit cards even if you do not have a PayPal account

Our PayPal account:

Stripe (Recurring Payment)

When you set up recurring payments using Stripe, your credit card is charged automatically for every invoice issued.

Stripe accepts VISA, Mastercard and American Express

Direct Bank Transfer (One Time Payment)

Spam Experts Bank Details:

Spam Experts BV, Rokin 113-115, 1012KP, Amsterdam
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Amsterdam
IBAN: NL89CHAS0200401157
Account: 0200401157

When making a Direct Bank Transfer into our account and in order that your payment can be traced, ensure that you enter your invoice number as reference.

Please always ensure the full invoice amount arrives at our bank-account and assume any transfer related banking costs at your own expense.

After we receive your payment into our bank account it may take up to 2 weeks to process your payment manually. We cannot guarantee that this avoids account and/or service suspension in case of late payment.

Billing contact

As you may not be directly responsible for making the payments, you can now ensure that your billing contact is added to your account as well as having permissions to log-in, view, and pay the open invoices.

To manage billing contact details:

  • Log into
  • Select Client Area > Manage Contacts

    In this page you can define:

    • Who in your organization should receive the various email types
    • Whether these users should also have a sub-account with log in rights and which rights they should be assigned - so that they can manage your products or view and pay invoices