Autobiller

Note: We’ve updated our previous auto-billing system. If you use auto-billing, you’ll still be notified and charged on that card as before. Once your card expires, or if you want to change your card details, you’ll be signing up to our new version of Autobiller.

Autobiller lets your credit or debit card be automatically charged every week using Ping. This clears debt from your Trade Me account and saves you the hassle of regularly topping up your Trade Me account.

Your card is automatically charged weekly for any fees incurred over the past week.

You can also use funds in your Ping Balance to make your Autobiller payment. We'll contact you the evening before your scheduled payment with the amount that will be charged the following day.

You’ll need to pay off any Trade Me account debt before signing up to Autobiller. If an Autobiller charge fails, Autobiller will be turned off and the debt will need to be settled before enabling again.

Enabling Autobiller

  1. Head to ‘My Trade Me’, and select ‘Autobiller’.
  2. Confirm whether you’d like to sign up to using Autobiller.
  3. Follow the prompts if you need to pay off any existing fees.
  4. Select one of your previously saved cards from Ping, or add a new one.
To enable Autobiller, head to our desktop site.
To enable Autobiller, head to our desktop site.
To enable Autobiller, head to our desktop site.

Disabling Autobiller

You can turn off Autobiller at any time.

If you disable Autobiller while there’s a pending transaction, the amount will be deducted.

  1. Head to ‘My Trade Me’, and select ‘Autobiller’.
  2. Select that you’d like to manually credit your Trade Me account.
  3. Save the changes.
To disable Autobiller, head to our desktop site.
To disable Autobiller, head to our desktop site.
To disable Autobiller, head to our desktop site.

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We'll show you how to set up Autobiller, so your credit/debit card be automatically charged to clear any debt on your Trade Me account.


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