What is ArbiterPay?


 
ArbiterPay is a software used by many schools and organizations to pay officials for game assignments. Paying officials electronically is now easy and secure. ArbiterPay puts the convenience and cost savings of electronic payment of officials at your fingertips. With numerous options for issuing payments and for how officials receive them, ArbiterPay has a solution that’s right for you.
 


How does this benefit payors?
  • Eliminates the headache, labor, and expense of writing checks
  • Eliminates vouchers
  • Streamlined 1099 submission
  • Complete payroll tracking history
  • and more...
 
 
How does this benefit officials?
  • Better protects officials’ personal and financial information
  • Saves you time and money by eliminating bank trips, mail transit, and check cashing fees
  • Quickly receive game payments
  • Easy to track payment history
  • Instant access to funds
  • and more…
 
 
How does it work?
Your organization will create an ArbiterPay account from which funds are transferred to officials. Officiating funds are then sent to this account, either by check or electronically as often as needed. Officials also create an account at www.refpay.com. Within ArbiterSports.com and other popular products, the schools and organizations are then able to make payments to officials with a single click. Immediate confirmation of payment is displayed on-screen and many reports are available to track batch payments and remaining balances.
 
How do I Register for ArbiterPay?
 
Interested in using ArbiterPay to pay your officials? Contact ArbiterPay Sales today at 800-576-2799 or sales@arbitersports.com and we’ll walk you through the easy process of paying officials electronically and notifying the officials of the improved method of payment. We’re also happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have.
 

 

Please also check out
this ArbiterPay FAQs:
Assigner’s ArbiterPay FAQs
School’s ArbiterPay FAQs
 
 
 
 
 

 

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