We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover. Please be aware that we now charge a flat $3 convenience fee due to recent changes in credit card regulations and the higher cost of processing “card not present” payments made over the phone or online. 50 per transaction. According to credit card regulations, other financial transactions made available in the same way as credit cards must be subject to the same convenience fee. Online check payments must therefore be assessed the same fees as credit card transactions. Neither online nor by calling customer service will this fee be waived.
Residents may also send payments via postal order, money order, bank check, or personal check; CASH IS NOT ACCEPTED. To the following address:MeterNet113 S Vine StFallbrook, CA 92028.
Alternately, open an ACH account by completing our ACH form. Please make sure you continue making credit card or check payments until your ACH account is confirmed as it may take several weeks for your ACH account to become active; once ACH setup is complete, your statement will show “PAID BY BANK.” There is no convenience fee for using our ACH service.
You will need your MeterNet account number, which can be found on your bill, as well as one other piece of identification, such as the MeterNet account’s phone number, email address, or meter number, to open a new online account.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Resident – Make a Payment. Log in to your online account. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover. Please note; due
Account Login. Residents, log in to view your account history, see your latest invoice and pay your bill. First time users
What is a MeterNet bill?
Your HOA or community management company has hired MeterNet to perform meter reading and billing services on their behalf. We do not provide utilities to your residence. The HOA, or complex, owns the money we recieve from your utility payments, which are used to cover the cost of the utilities in your neighborhood.
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