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What are the different types of bank accounts in Procore Pay?

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flag-us.png Procore Pay icon-external-link.png with payments powered by Goldman Sachs Transaction Banking (TxB)* is available in the United States. It is designed for General Contractors and Owner-Builders who act as their own General Contractors on a job. Procore Pay extends the Invoice Management icon-external-link.png functionality in the Procore web application to handle the payment process between general and specialty contractors.


With Procore Pay, payors and payees require different types of bank accounts to send and receive payments. See How do funds flow between bank accounts with Procore Pay?

In Procore Pay, all bank accounts must be verified to send or receive payments. See What is a verified bank account in Procore Pay? and What do I do if my bank account is not automatically verified?

This table details the different types of required bank accounts for Procore Pay. 

Account Type Account Owner Description Notes Learn More
Funding Account Payor

In Procore Pay, a funding account is a bank account where money is held by a financial institution and controlled by the payor. This is the 'Pay From' account.

How does it work? After the account owner authorizes the disbursement in Procore Pay, the financial institution for the deposit account:

  • Submits a 'drawdown' request to the funding account for the disbursement amount.
  • Withdraws the disbursement amount from the funding account. This is the 'drawdown of funds.'
  • This is a bank account that you open with your financial institution.
  • You can add one (1) or more funding accounts. 
  • A funding account must be mapped to a deposit account. 
Add Funding Accounts as a Payor
Deposit Account  Payor

In Procore Pay, a deposit account is a bank account where money is held by a financial institution to process the payor's authorized transactions. This is the transaction banking account. 

How does it work? After the drawdown of funds, the deposit account:

  • Transmits the authorized disbursement amount into the deposit account to complete the 'drawdown of funds.'
  • Processes the authorized payment orders for each invoice in the disbursement.
  • Withdraws each invoice payment from the deposit account. 
  • You must open at least one (1) deposit account during the Procore Pay implementation process. See What bank does Procore Pay use?
  • At least one (1) deposit account is required to add a funding account to Procore 
  • You can open one (1) or more deposit accounts. 
Open a Deposit Account as a Payor

Add Funding Accounts as a Payor
Beneficiary Account Payee

In Procore Pay, a beneficiary account is a bank account where money is held by a financial institution and controlled by the payee. This is the 'Pay To' bank account. 

How does it work? After the invoice payment is withdrawn from the deposit account, each payee on the disbursement: 

  • Receives their invoice payment as a deposit in their beneficiary account.
  • This is the payee's invoice payment that completes the payment transaction. 
  • For payees, a beneficiary account is termed a bank account. 
  • For payors, it is termed a beneficiary account.
  • Payees can add multiple beneficiary accounts to their Procore account. 
  • Payees can only designate one (1) bank account to receive payments. 

Add a Bank Account as a Payee

Edit a Bank Account as a Payee