Bill Pay offers you an easy and secure way to pay all of your bills from our simple-to-use Online Banking site. With our Bill Presentment feature, you can receive, view and manage your bills at the same online location. It’s a great tool for record keeping! You must have a Checking Account in order to be able to use our Bill Pay service.
- Receive, view and pay actual bills online – no more paper statements from most payees
- View, print, and save Bill Pay check images for 90 days after the check has cleared
- Rush payments are available
- Arrange email alerts for bill arrivals, due dates, & upcoming payments
- Schedule recurring payment rules for each payee
- Generate payment reports and create custom reports
- Paying bills with Bill Pay can help you become a VIP Member
Get Bill Pay Free: Bill Pay with Presentment is one of the many free benefits of our “ONE” Checking. Make the switch to The “ONE” Checking today.
Easy Registration Process
Simply login to Online Banking and choose Bill Pay. If you are new to Bill Pay follow the steps to set up your account.
Get Your Bills Ready
View our Demo or learn more with our Frequently Asked Questions.
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1. To pay your bills online, simply add the companies (including billing account numbers and payment address) and people you want to pay. The completed list of added payees is viewable in the ‘My Bills & People I Pay’ sections.
2. To pay a bill, you simply enter an amount and the send date.
3. Once scheduled, you will see your bill payment in “My Payments”. You can edit the amount or send date of your scheduled payment prior to it being sent to your payee.
TIP: The ‘Deliver by date’ is seen below the send date and is the date on which your payee should receive the payment.
Peace of Mind with Overdraft Protection
In the event your Checking Account has insufficient funds to cover a bill, having an established overdraft source can save money from overdraft fees and possible returned item charges from the payee. You can designate your Saving Account as an overdraft source or apply for a Line of Credit.