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Financial Services / Accounts Receivable


Accounts receivable is responsible for invoicing landfill/transfer station accounts, utility accounts and other miscellaneous accounts to our customers and receipt and processing of account payments.

Payments:

Payments may be made to the RDFFG by:

  • cash, cheque, debit card, or credit card at the Service Centre located at the RDFFG's offices;
  • credit card by completing and submitting a credit card authorization form;
  • EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) for existing landfill/transfer station account holders; and
  • financial institutions for utility accounts.

*Please note the RDFFG is not responsible for the invoicing or collection of property taxes.  See FAQ section.

Credit Card Authorization:

Please print and complete a Credit Card Authorization Form  and return it to Financial Services by fax to 250-563-7848 or by email to financialservices@rdffg.bc.ca

EFT for existing Landfill/Transfer Station Account Holders:

Please contact Financial Services at 250-960-4436 or by email to financialservices@rdffg.ca if you wish to pay by EFT.

Financial Institution Utility Bill Payments:

Online, ATM or telephone system payments are accepted by the following financial institutions:

  • Bank of Montreal;
  • Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce;
  • Scotiabank;
  • TD Canada Trust; and
  • BC Credit Unions.

If your financial institution is not listed above, please contact them for further information.

To set-up online payments, log in to your financial institution's website and follow their instructions to add "Fraser-Fort George, RD - Utilities" as a new payee and include your utility account number, i.e. 000-00000000-000, as the unique identifier.

Credit Applications:

Landfill and transfer station commercial customers may apply to the RDFFG for a credit account for the following facilities:

Please print and complete the credit application and return it to Financial Services by fax to 250-563-7848 or by email to financialservices@rdffg.bc.ca

Conveyancing Information:

Please see FAQ:  How do I obtain conveyancing information?