SIGN UP TO RECEIVE EBILLS
More and more companies offer the eBill option. eBills are electronic statements that you request and will arrive directly in your BillPay Payment Center each month. If your company offers electronic statements, you will see the Request eBills link.
eBills are easy to set up. Provide the verification information that your biller requires and send your request. Depending on the company, it may take one or two billing cycles to show up in your Payment Center.
When you see that an eBill is due, select the eBills link and pay your bill in one easy step. Select the amount you want to pay or you can enter a different amount, then click Submit.
Add a Payee
So you need to pay a bill to a particular company. It's simple to add a payee in Bill Pay. Log in to your Online Banking account and choose Bill Pay. If you are already enrolled in Bill Pay, click Pay Bills and follow the steps below. If you are not yet enrolled in our online billing option, Bill Pay, click the button below.
Have your bill handy! Click on the Add a Company or Person button. Select the category, and then select a company from the prepopulated list. If your company is not in the list provided – simply follow the prompts to enter your biller’s information.
Give your new biller a nickname so that you can find it easily in the future. Enter the amount to be paid and select the date for your payment to arrive.
Once you have added a person or company to your Payment Center, you can start paying bills. Simply select the payee and enter the amount due.
The earliest standard delivery is added automatically, though you can change the date. If Rush Payment is available, you have the option of expediting your payment.
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