Rates notices delivered electronically

There are several ways you can receive rate notices online:

 

Email

Receiving rates notices by email

We use a software called Payreq to help us deliver rates notices by email. 

With Payreq you can set automatic reminders, as well as check due dates and amount owing at any time.

Step 1.Create your account

Create Payreq MyBills account

Step 2.Log in to register

Click ‘Add New Biller’ and register for City of Stonnington (20198).

Step 3.Select email option

Select 'to register for Email'.

Step 4.Enter requested information

Refer to your Stonnington rates notice to enter the required information, including the email address you'd like your rates notice delivered to.

If you need a bit more help, go to the MyBills Email Getting Started section of the Payreq website.

 

Bulk notices

Receiving bulk rates notices (for property managers)

If you’re a property manager, we can provide digital Council rates notices to eliminate scanning and manual data entry. 

Simply set up a profile with our email software provider, Payreq, and we can send bill data for all your managed properties. 

Step 1.Create your account

Create Payreq MyBills account

Step 2.Contact support

Email support@payreq.com and ask them to set you up.

 

 

 

Accounting software

Receiving your rates notices into accounting software (for businesses)

You can organise to have your Council rates delivered directly to your accounts receivable software - Xero, MYOB and many more.

Step 1.Create your account

Create Payreq MyBills account

Step 2.Log in and add new biller

Click 'Add New Biller' and register for City of Stonnington (20198).

Step 3.Register software

Register for your Accounting Software.

Step 4.Connect account and enter information

Connect your account. Enter the information requested from your Stonnington rates notice including the email address you’d like the rates notice delivered to.

If you need a bit more help, go to the Support section of the Payreq website.

BpayView

Receiving your rates notices via BPAY View

BPAY offers a service called BPAY View, which lets you manage your bills through the online bank account you use to pay them. 

Once you set up BPAY View, your bank then sends you a reminder about your rates by email, SMS or through its own messaging system. 

Step 1.Log into your online banking account

(Not all banks offer BPAY View - you can find out if yours does on this page of the BPAY website.)

Step 2.Look for the BPAY View or View Bills section

Step 3.Register your bill