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A quick and easy way to pay your bills online

Bill Payer is a free service that allows you to schedule all your payments in one place – eliminating the hassle of paying bills on multiple websites and the expense of mailing checks.

Scheduling payments is simple.

Simply log in to digital banking and click Bill Pay in the top menu. You will be guided through the process of selecting payees, entering necessary information and scheduling your first payment.

Some payees offer the option of having statements delivered electronically to your Bill Pay tool. You'll see your balance and due dates right where you set up payments. Simply enter your login information for the payee, and your bill will be retrieved when it's ready.

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Common Questions About Bill Pay

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How do I sign up for Bill Pay?

  1. Sign into digital banking
  2. Click on the "Bill Payer" link in the menu
  3. Accept the disclosures and proceed

Can I change or cancel payments in Bill Pay?

Yes, however, any payment changes or cancellations must be received in Bill Pay before the payment begins processing.

Can I set up automatic payments in Bill Pay?

Yes! Simply click the AutoPay link under individual payees to prevent missed payments.

  • AutoPay: You can set up automatic payments according to your preferred schedule (weekly, monthly, semi-monthly, etc). You can change or cancel AutoPay at any time.
  • AutoPay for eBills: You can set up some eBills to be paid automatically according to options you select. You can change or cancel AutoPay for eBills at any time.

How much Bill Pay transaction history will be stored?

Account history for Bill Pay transactions will be stored and available for 84 months, or 7 years. You can find this information under the Activity tab.

What happens if funds are not available in my account?

If the bill is paid electronically, Bill Pay will re-attempt an electronic payment within 24 business hours if the first attempt results in non-sufficient funds (NSF). If a bill is paid by paper check, the check will be returned as non-sufficient funds (NSF). The payee’s bank may resubmit the check for payment. Each time an item is presented for payment and funds are not available, a NSF fee will be charged to your account.

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Approximately 83% of bill payments are made electronically. Payments may also be made via corporate check or draft check. The specific payment method is determined by criteria including (but not limited to) payee, account information and payment history. Non-sufficient funds charges could occur if funds are not available for payments.