Commercial Fire recognizes the struggles that many of our Affiliate Partners are experiencing with the current business environment. That's why we're excited to announce a new program that will help you grow your business, improving your bottom-line. Our new QuickPay Program not only does that, but ensures you get paid quickly when completing your Commercial Fire work orders.

Plus, adding the other valuable benefits that Commercial Fire offers, like acquiring new business without paying a "sales force", no bad debt exposure, maximized route efficiency, free marketing, and free on-demand training from the FED Learning Center, you have everything you need to help grow your business.

Interested in becoming an affiliate partner? Request a call back.

QuickPay Lets You:

  1. Get paid quickly when you complete your Commercial Fire work orders
  2. Improve your bottom line
  3. Improve your cash flow
  4. Save on admin time
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Frequently Asked Questions

A new benefit that will help you grow your business, improving your bottom line, ensuring you get paid quickly when completing your Commercial Fire work orders.

Affiliate Partners do not have to sign up for QuickPay to receive it—it’s automatic.

  • All inspections completed by the 15th of the month will be paid within 10 days of complete paperwork submittal.
  • All work completed by the due date will be paid within 15 days of receipt of all required documentation.
  • All work orders that do not meet the QuickPay criteria will be paid under current billing terms.

You can take advantage of the CF Connect Portal to help with completing all documentation requirements.

  • You must be an active Affiliate Partner of Commercial Fire.
  • Your work orders must be completed on time.
  • You must use either Commercial Fire's Interactive Voice Recognition (IVR) service or the CF Connect Mobile App to check in and out of a service call.
  • And all paperwork must be submitted and invoiced correctly using Commercial Fire's CF Portal Platform.

A check payment may have more than one invoice from the customer grouped together. The check would be for the total amount but each invoice paid is listed on the check stub.

You can always call their territory manager for questions.

Currently, you cannot view the status. However, we are working on a way to have visuals on your report card.