These are the limits set in Pay.gov. Your bank or the agency being paid may have a lower limit.
Up to a total of $24,999.99 for all transactions with one or more U.S. Government agencies conducted on the same day using the same credit card. The total could combine payments made on Pay.gov and payments made any other way, such as presenting or swiping the card directly at an agency office.
Example: On a Thursday, the same credit card is used for three separate payments of $10,000 each. Two payments were made on Pay.gov. The third payment, made directly to an agency, will be rejected because the total of all payments made with the credit card is over the daily limit. You could, however, use a different credit card for the third payment.
You may not split payments using the same card if the total will be over the limit, even if partial payments are made on different days.
Example: You must pay a fee of $35,000. You decide to make two partial payments using the same credit card. On Thursday you pay $20,000. On Friday, you pay the remaining $15,000. Because both payments are for the same fee, the same card was used and the total of both payments is over the limit, Friday's payment will be rejected. You could use a different credit card for each partial payment.
No limit except for the funds available in your account.
Bank Accounts for ACH Debit or Credit
Up to $99,999.999.99 per transaction, limited by the funds available in the account.
Up to $10,000 per transaction. You can make multiple transactions, which are only limited by the funds available to your Dwolla account.
Up to $10,000 per transaction. You can make multiple transactions, which are only limited by the funds available to your PayPal account.