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My Account & Billing

Enter your PACER credentials to update personal information, register to file electronically with NextGen CM/ECF, make an online payment, or perform other account maintenance.

Keep your account updated with your personal information such as address, password, and email notification preferences.

Review your quarterly activity or pay a bill.

Reset your password or retrieve your username. 

PACER Administrative Account (PAA) holders can learn how to add and remove accounts and set up payment options. 

 Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. The client code field allows you to enter a code that is up to 32 characters to track charges.  

You must enter or change the client code before you perform any operation that results in a charge; otherwise, it will not appear on the bill. The client code feature is optional, however, you can make the field mandatory for your individual PACER account by logging into Manage My Account and clicking “Set PACER Billing Preferences.” 

For an account that is not under a PACER Administrative Account, a quarterly invoice is generated for the individual attorney. An email is sent to the attorney, indicating the invoice is ready to be viewed/downloaded.

If the account is linked to a PACER Administrative Account, an invoice is only sent to the PACER Administrative Account user, indicating the firm's bill is ready to be viewed/downloaded.

The PACER Service Center's tax identification number is 74-2747938. 

Submit a Credit Request Form (pdf) for credit to be considered. The form must be completed according to the instructions outlined in the document. 

Submit a letter requesting a refund and the Refund Form (pdf) to receive a refund for overpayments made to the PACER Service Center. The request cannot be processed without both a letter of request and form.  

Allow 4-6 weeks for refund processing. Refunds will be issued via electronic funds transfer or back to the credit card used originally. The refund will appear as a credit to your checking or savings account or on your credit card statement.