How the game is paid
SEE HOW ARBITERPAY MAKES PAYING WORKERS EASY FOR EVERYONE
ArbiterPay provides school districts, athletic departments, officials and event workers with a variety of products that makes payments easy and hassle-free. We constantly monitor state regulations so we remain in compliance with the latest guidelines. See how you can benefit from ArbiterPay.
CHOOSE THE HASSLE-FREE PAYMENT OPTION
Eliminate costs for paper checks, envelopes, postage and personnel
Never have to reissue checks that are lost or stolen
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With ArbiterPay you can verify officials scheduled through ArbiterOne showed up for the game, and then pay them each electronically via direct deposit to their bank account, or to an ArbiterPay prepaid card. Funds are available after the event, so your officials can reap the benefits of their work immediately
OPTIONS FOR PAYING OFFICIALS
Officials can choose to have funds automatically sent to their bank account or placed on a prepaid card.
The card option is convenient if officials don’t have a bank account or if they want to keep officiating payments separat
Even if funds go to the card, officials can still choose to move those funds to their personal bank account.
Officials pay a nominal point-of-scale convenience fee each time they use their prepaid card.
The one-time fee for officials to sign up for a card is only $4.95 ORDER PREPAID CARD
LEAGUES / CONFERENCES
College administrators can pay all independent contractors for athletic events instantly on a single, unified system.
Leagues and Conferences save time and cost by eliminating the need for paper checks and postage
Event worker information is kept secure and never needs to be shared at an event
ArbiterPay collects all event worker W-9s and issue all 1099s
Leagues and conferences stay in compliance with state and federal regulations
Federal and state compliance is built right into the system, so generating 1099’s is automatic. Better still, it is web based and always up to date with the latest regulations so that you can have confidence that your officials and events workers are receiving proper documentation.