Pay all your Bills in One Place!

Did you know that besides the essentials - utilities, cell phone, mortgages and credit card bills - you can also pay your monthly gym membership and even the babysitter? Online Bill Pay makes it possible to pay almost any person or company in the U.S.

Let's get started. Follow these quick, easy steps:

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  • 1Get
    Ready

    1. Have your paper bill handy
    2. Sign into your Online Banking Account
    3. Navigate to Payment Center
  • 2Find
    a Biller

    1. Click on the Add Company or Person button
    2. Search for your biller
    3. If you don't find your biller, you'll need to enter their information
  • 3Enter Bill
    Information

    1. Enter Account Number from your bill
    2. Fill in the address you'd mail your payment to
    3. Give it a nickname that helps you identify the bill
  • 4Schedule
    a Payment

    1. Select a payee
    2. Enter payment amount
    3. Select the date you want the payee to receive the payment
    4. Click Send Money

Congratulations, you have successfully
paid your first bill!

Wasn't that easy? Now you can finish adding your remaining bills, and take comfort that your information is safe. And the best part is, you don't have to enter this information again!

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FAQs

Deleting a bill is simple. Sign into your Online Bill Pay, navigate to Bill Pay and go to the Payment Center. Select the Company or Person and click on the "Details" link. Select the "Remove" option and save.
You can view payment history through the "Activity" tab from the Payment Center, or by clicking on the "Activity" link of a company or individual.
To see if payments have been paid, select the "Activity" tab. You can also view the bill details by clicking on a payee in the Payment Center which will let you know the type of payment sent and if the payment has been received. If you need assistance, call Online Bill Pay Support at 855-739-0876.

You can pay almost anyone in the United States: national bank card companies, mortgage or auto loan companies, department stores, your landscaper or the babysitter.

However, individuals or businesses outside the United States and its territories are not eligible for Bill Pay services. Tax payments and court-ordered payments can be made with Bill Pay, but they are not covered by the CheckFree Guarantee.