Accept HOA Dues Online
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You’re not a bill collection agency. But when it’s time for HOA dues to roll in, you probably feel like one. Enter Gladly’s HOA Online Dues Payment. As part of your free website, it collects these fees online (even automatically). So stop knocking doors start knocking out that to-do list. Sign up for GladlyPay™ today.
Not hassling members means you keep your friends.
Use ACH, credit cards, or debit cards. Everything is done online these days.
Payments Roll In
Good thing online dues payment is conveniently included with your HOA’s free website. This makes paying and collecting dues quick and easy — even automatic. No checks, no running around, and no dirty looks.
Free For the HOA, Convenient For the Residents
HOA Dues Payment is included with your free Gladly site. There are no setup fees or monthly costs. Residents who use GladlyPay are charged 2.4% for ACH/eCheck payments (capped at $12.00), and $2.00 + 4% for credit/debit card payments.
HOA Online Dues Questions
Q: How do I set up online payments?
A: Setup is as easy as visiting your community admin page on Gladly. Simply click on the dues tab of your website and setup dues for your community in just a few steps. It takes just a few minutes! Residents can access it anytime through your free GoGladly website.
Q: What does it cost?
A: It’s free to setup online payments with your website on gogladly.com. We then charge 2.4% for each ACH (bank account) payment (with a cap of $12.00) and $2.00 + 4% for credit and debit card payments. You can choose to have these fees covered by the association or the homeowners.
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