Signing up for ACH Debit

As commissioned by US Customs (http://www.cbp.gov)

To participate, you must file entries through ABI using statement processing, and your financial institution must be a U.S. bank NACHA participant with Electronic Data Interchange capability. Importer payers must also have a federal identification number (tax ID number or social security number). ACH applications may be obtained by contacting the Revenue Division in Indianapolis, IN or an ABI Client Representative.

Please confirm with your bank, the banks transit routing number and your account number to avoid transactional errors. The payer will be held responsible for any errors that result from incorrect account information.

Complete an ACH debit application form. If multiple accounts are to be used, complete a separate application for each account. If you use more than one broker, only one broker needs to be identified on the application. Be sure all bank information on the application matches the information on the check specification sheet.

 

Mail or fax the application to the U.S.Customs and Border Protection Revenue Division at:

U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Revenue Division
ACH Debit Applications
6650 Telecom Drive, Ste 100
Indianapolis, IN 46278

Phone: (317) 298-1200 x1098
FAX: (317) 298-1259
E-mail: ACH-CUSTOMS@dhs.gov

 

Alternatively, AGL customers may email, or mail the application to AGBS and we will process on your behalf.

American Global Brokerage Services
3399 Peachtree Rd Suite 1130
Atlanta, GA 30326

Phone: (866) 285-9610
FAX: (678) 298-8343
E-mail: agbs@americangbs.com

 

The usual application processing time is 7 to 10 business days. The Revenue Division will contact you in writing to inform you of your payer unit number and the effective date of your ACH participation