Bill Pay

 

A new Bill Pay service was introduced to Online and Mobile Banking on Monday, March 15. Please review all of the information on this page for more details.

 

  • Will my payees and scheduled bill payments transfer to the new system?

  • Will my Bill Pay history be available?

  • When will the money be debited from my account?

  • How do I know if my payment is being sent electronically or by check?

  • When will a payee receive my payment?

  • As a business member, how will the new Bill Pay system impact me?

List of Payees

eBills

 

eBills are electronic versions of paper bills that arrive in your Bill Pay account just like a paper bill would arrive in your mailbox.

 

  • Will my eBills transfer over?

  • Will I be able to set up eBills for all my payees?

eBill

send money (P2P)

 

If you used the Pay a Person feature through Bill Pay, you'll choose Send Money to make payments using the recipient's email address or phone number in the new system.

 

  • Will my Pay a Person payees be transferred to the new Send Money service?

  • What happens to electronic Pay a Person payments by email, text, or direct deposit?

  • How does the recipient receive money in the new system?

  • Is there still a keyword for security?

  • What is the payment limit?

  • Is the Send Money / Pay a Person service in Bill Pay available to businesses?

Send Money (previously Pay a Person)