There is no change to how the Commission processes amendment invoices. Currently, an amendment invoice will be generated from our Victoria office after the decision maker has made a determination on an amendment application. This will then appear as an invoice to be paid in AMS Payment.
There is no change to how the Commission processes amendment invoices at this time. Currently, an amendment invoice will be generated after a decision maker has made a determination on an amendment application. These invoices will appear in our AMS Payment dashboard. For more information on AMS Payment see the webpage here, or check out the FAQs below.
No. Each account can only be assigned the ePay Financial Admin for one company. However, ePay Payers can be assigned to more than one company.
If you have saved your login credentials on our online system please contact your IT department for assistance in clearing this information.
There is a log out button at the top right of AMS Payment. Always use the log out button to ensure your session is properly closed.
AMS Payment keeps track of periods of inactivity. If you are inactive on the site for 15 minutes your session will expire and you will be required to log in again. This is a security feature to ensure your identity and information is protected.
As a security measure it is recommended that you clear your browser cache ensuring that your information remains private.
Yes. When an online payment is submitted, the invoice for the payment will automatically change to a receipt for your records.