How do I pay my invoices by credit card?

If you have a user account and a line of credit with Baker Hughes, here’s how you can pay your invoices using a credit card:


Sign into your account.


Click the Sign In button to enter your username and password.


Click Payments on the horizontal menu bar.


Click Pay Outstanding Invoices.


The first time you do this, we’ll ask you to upload a copy of a current Baker Hughes invoice so we can validate your account. Click the Select File button and choose an invoice file from your computer.


Here’s what a valid, current Baker Hughes invoice looks like.


Click the Submit button to send us your invoice file.


Within 48 hours, we’ll send you an email notification that your account has been validated. The next time you sign in and go to Payment > Pay Outstanding Invoices, you’ll see a list of your outstanding invoices. Select the invoices you want to pay by ticking the checkboxes on the left and click Proceed when ready.


You can also upload a list of invoice numbers you want to pay.


Download the sample file and replace the sample list with your list. Upload your file and click Select All. Here’s an example of an upload file with multiple invoices. It’s a simple list of invoice numbers saved as a text (.txt) file, with one invoice number per line.


You can also view your invoice history.


Enter your credit card billing addressand click Proceed to Payment. It's important that the address you enter here matches the one on your credit card statement.


On the next screen, enter your credit card details and click Process Payment.


Once the transaction is successful, we’ll send you an email confirmation. You can also view it under My Account > My Invoices.


If you have any questions about the invoice validation and payment process, contact us.


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