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 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?


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)