Paying your bills has never been easier.
eBills are electronic versions of paper bills that you can view and pay online or from your mobile phone. You may have questions about eBills, so we’re here to help you understand exactly what they are and how they can make your life easier.
Convenient for you
Whether it’s work or your family, life has you busy. Offering eBills is one way that we can help by providing you a convenient way to view and pay all of your bills in one location. Plus, they’re completely free. Numerous companies, such as utilities, credit cards and insurance, make eBills accessible to their customers.
eBills are easy and reliable
Compared to receiving paper bills, eBills are faster, easier and more secure. Once you sign up for eBills, you’ll receive an email notification each month informing you that a new bill is available. To view or pay the bill, you can log into Online Banking or Mobile Banking. The eBill will clearly state the due date and the amount due. You can also review previous bills from your payment center in BillPay.
eBills enable you to have enhanced security by reducing the amount of personal information traveling through unsecured mailboxes. Plus, you eliminate clutter by receiving less mail, which can help you to stay organized (and maybe it’ll even help you find your kitchen table again!).
You still have complete control
When you enroll for an eBill you have control over when your monthly bills are paid. You can schedule reoccurring payments or pay your bills manually each month; it’s completely up to you. You also have the ability to select the email reminders and notifications you want to receive (i.e., when a payment has been sent or if it has not been paid by the due date).
Get started today
Simply log into Online Banking, select BillPay, and look for the “Get Bill” icon next to each company listed in your payment center. This icon shows you which companies currently offer eBills. Click the icon and follow the instructions to get started.
Watch our BillPay online demo to learn more about eBills. If you are not a current BillPay user, click here to learn how to enroll.