Make electronic payments or send a check via Pay a Bill.

Want to keep all your bills in one convenient place? You can make all your payments each month through Pay a Bill in digital banking.

Check out the instructions for using Pay a Bill plus freqently asked questions below. 

1. Click “Add Biller”.
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2, Type the name of your biller into the search bar.
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3. If you see a match in the drop-down box, select the correct biller and follow the steps to log into your account.

4. If you do not see your biller in the drop-down box, select “Add Manually,” select “Pay a Business,” and fill in the proper information for the biller.
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1. Select the biller you want to edit.

2. Click the arrow on the right-hand side of the module to open the biller details.
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3. Click the “edit” icon (the small pencil icon) in the biller details.
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Here, you can change the nickname of the biller, set payment methods, view scheduled payments and history and more.

4. Click “Update” when you’ve finished making edits.
  

1. In the menu at the top of the module, select “All Bills” to open the dropdown box in Pay a Bill or “All Contacts” to open the dropdown box in Pay a Person.

2. In the dropdown box, select “Add Group”to put several billers into one group to make them easier to find.Adding-Biller-or-Payee-Groups-PAB-and-PAP-01.jpg
3. Type in the custom group name.

4. Select the billers you want in that group.
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5. Click Add.

6. Now, you can view your biller groups under “All Bills” in the dropdown.
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1. Click to select the biller you’d like to pay.

2. Enter the amount, send date and account you’d like the money to be transferred from.
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3. If you would like to manage alerts: Click the arrow in the bottom right of the biller contact box to expand the contact if you’d like to receive alerts about your payment.
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4. If you would like to schedule a recurring payment: With the contact expanded, click to expand the “Repeat” dropdown box and select how often you’d like the payment to repeat.
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5. Select “Until I cancel” or an end date for your reoccurring payment.
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6. Click Pay.
  
 

1. Go to “Activity” in the top menu of the module to view your scheduled payments.
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2. To change the scheduled date, click the current date, select a new one and click "OK."
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3. Review your payment information and click “Save Changes” at the bottom of the expanded payment information box.

4. If you’d like to cancel the payment, you can click the arrow to expand the payment information and click “Delete Payment” instead.
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FAQs

If it is an electronic payment, the address of your payee will not be displayed. 
You can stop a check payment in digital banking under Additional Services > Stop Payment in the menu or by calling 800.627.3328. 
In Pay a Bill, select the option to manually add a biller. Then check "I don't have an account number." Enter the necessary contact information for your biller. Then, you will be able to schedule check payments to that biller. 
If any of your biller’s information changed between the time you originally set up the payment and our enhancement to the system, it may have caused the payment to be sent as a check rather than electronically. 
Because the new Pay a Bill system uses a slightly different model, your funds will leave your account sooner than they did with the previous system. With the new Pay a Bill, you will find your payments are deducted from your account on the "send date" of the payment, one business day before the selected delivery date.