The CBILL service is already available in your Internet Banking If you can’t find it, ask your bank for more information.

With CBILL you can pay all your bills and pagoPA payment notices. This includes household utility bills, fines, taxes, stamp duties, healthcare tickets, entertainment tickets, transport and much more. All that matters is that the company is participating in CBILL. The list of participating parties is constantly growing. View the list of participating parties by clicking here.

CBILL allows you to securely and quickly make payments. Simply access your Internet Banking via PC, smartphone, and tablet or even at a cash machine or bank counter. Find out if your bank participates in CBILL and which payment channels the service offers!

For information on the cost of the CBILL service, contact your bank, since each bank applies its own terms and conditions for this service.

Current online payment services only allow you to pay if the billing party has an agreement with your bank. With CBILL, you can view and pay any bill online from all participating companies, regardless of who they have an agreement with. See the list of companies here.

For some companies, such as AdER (Agenzia delle Entrate – Riscossione, the Italian Revenue Agency – Collections), CBILL provides an automatic recalculation of the pre-printed amount necessary to settle your debt position. With CBILL, you can pay outstanding tax assessments (including notices and payment orders for unpaid taxes, contributions, and fees), even after the due date, and verify the amount you owe in real time. You benefit from an “intelligent” service that allows you to view and pay the exact amount due on the date of the transaction.

With CBILL, you can currently pay bills and pagoPA notices for amounts up to €100,000,000 per bill. Each bank may establish different limits. Ask your bank for more information.

With CBILL you can pay bills issued to other people without any restrictions. This is possible because each bill includes a Notice/IUV Code containing all the information about the bill, such as the name of the recipient of the bill.