Set-Up or Change Payment Method

Note: If you are not set up for ACH or Wire Transfers, a system check will be generated.

Automatic Clearing House (ACH) Payment Request  (Note: For Money Market Accounts, please complete a Wire Transfer Request.)

The following forms are needed to complete your request for ACH Payments:

  • Voided check or account information on bank’s letterhead (signature is required)
  • IRS Form W-9
  • IRS Form 8832 (Complete only if you check the ‘Exempt from backup withholding’ box on IRS Form W-9.)

Wire Transfer Request

The following forms are needed to complete your request for Wire Transfer Payments:

  • Account information on bank’s letterhead (signature is required)
  • IRS Form W-9 
  • IRS Form 8832 (Complete only if you check the ‘Exempt from backup withholding’ box on IRS Form W-9.)

Emailed or Faxed documents should be submitted by 12 pm (CST) on the 3rd business day of the month.  Any documentation sent via US Postal Service must be postmarked by the 3rd business day of the month.

Completed forms received after these deadlines will be processed for the following month’s payment cycle.

Incomplete and/or unsigned forms will be returned and will delay your request.

Owners who elect to receive ACH payments will no longer receive paper statements in the mail.  For access to payment detail, please visit Oildex.

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