Your Veridian bill must be paid in full on or before the due date in order to avoid the assessment of late payment charges. To make paying your bill quick and easy, we offer the following convenient payment options:
Please note: We do not accept cash payments at any of our office locations.
We offer two Pre-Authorized Payment Plans: Equal Payments and Variable Payments
New customers: Call 1-888-420-0070 or email email@example.com to request an Enrollment Form
Existing customers: Sign-up for my.veridian to select Equal Payments or Variable Payments
Cheque payments can be made at any of the following 24-hour drop box locations:
|Ajax||Veridian, 55 Taunton Rd. E.|
|Belleville||Veridian, 459 Sidney St.|
|Clarington||Town Hall, 40 Temperance St., Bowmanville|
|Gravenhurst||Veridian, 195 Progress Rd. or Town Hall, 5 Pineridge Gate|
|Pickering||Pickering Civic Complex, One The Esplanade (between the Library and City Hall)|
|Port Hope||Town Hall, 56 Queen St.|
|Port Perry||Municipal Building, 181 Perry St.|
|Uxbridge||Town Hall, 51 Toronto St.|
You can pay your bill using EZ-Pay, Veridian’s electronic payment system provided through KUBRA. This service allows you to pay your utility bill by credit card, debit card or debiting your bank account. Please have a copy of your bill available to complete the payment transaction.
Payments made today will not be immediately reflected on the new balance of your account.
Please make cheques payable to: VERIDIAN CONNECTIONS Inc., and submit to:
VERIDIAN CONNECTIONS INC.
Box 4466, Station A
Toronto ON, M5W 4C5
This option is available through most banks and trust companies. It allows you to pay your bill by use of your touch-tone phone.
This option is available through most banks and trust companies. It allows you to pay your bill through the Internet.
Payments can be made over the counter at your bank or other financial institutions, or insert the remittance portion of your bill when making payments at an automated bank machine (ABM). Additional processing time may be required for payment at your financial institution or at the ABM.