There are few things more startling as when you realize you have forgotten to pay a bill. The shock sets in; you’re not sure how much of a fee will be associated if the payment is late. You think maybe you can make it across town in time to drop it off in person.
Wouldn’t it be nice to just avoid the stress of a late bill altogether? Luckily, there is a way!
Jawaun King, Member Service Consultant, pays his bills securely and easily. He says, “I use Bill Pay to pay my credit card and loans. I also setup recurring payments so I don’t have to come into the branch every time, I don’t always have time to do that.”
Payments can be sent electronically or via a paper check, so you can pay bills online even if the biller isn’t set up for it. And you can choose a one-time payment or set up a recurring one. You often can select whether to pay the entire balance, just the minimum due, or another amount.
You can also send a payment to a person, such as your landlord, almost eliminating the need for a checkbook. Bill Pay lets you do it all from digital banking.
To learn how to get started, watch Bill Pay video tutorial. It’ll help you keep track of due dates, and organize bills by putting your bills in one place – something that’s hard to do when you’re paying from multiple sites.