FastPay from Rottler is simple and easy so you don’t have to worry about a thing! We will maintain your payment information in our secure account database--then, each time your regular service is completed, your credit or debit card will be charged automatically. 

Enroll in FastPay automatic electronic payments and we’ll give you a one-time $10 credit towards the price of your next scheduled service!

Enrollment is easy and takes only a moment. All you need to do it complete the form below. And don't worry--your information is safe with us. Your information will be submitted through our secure site and maintained on file within our secure database. We will never sell or share your information with anyone. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact our customer service department toll free at 1-877-ROTTLER or via live chat for instant service.

Take a few minutes today and save yourself valuable time in the long run!



By submitting your information via the form below, you are requesting for us to maintain your payment information in our secure system for automatic electronic payments (FastPay), to be charged after each of your services is completed. Your account will be placed on FastPay and these changes will take effect on your next billing cycle. If you have a current outstanding balance on your account, you will need to submit payment separately for this invoice. You may submit a one-time payment online by logging in to your account using the "My Account Login" area at the top of this page. You may also opt to mail a check or call our office and authorize payment via credit card or bank account.

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