Take one less headache out of paying bills by enrolling in Bill Pay.
Pay Bills Online – Anytime
Bill Pay takes the headache out of paying bills. Paying your bills online has never been easier.
Pay your bills online in two simple steps. No more headaches of buying stamps and envelopes, manually mailing payments, driving to the post office or worrying about late bills. You choose the due date and it automatically selects when to submit the payment (either electronically or by check, if needed) so it arrives on time.
Bill Pay is a free service to all members who pay three or more bills each month. Conveniently access from one central screen, so no need to remember multiple passwords or jump around to multiple websites to pay bills. Plus, paying your bills online reduces your chances of becomes a victim of identity theft. Access Bill Pay through the Online Account Access & Bill Pay login.
- Save time: No checks to write and all biller information is stored in one location
- Save money and the environment: No envelopes, checks or stamps
- Avoid late fees: Schedule recurring and automatic payments
- Flexible and convenient: Access 24/7 from anywhere
- Secure: Pay your bills from one secure website
- Fully integrated: Access with GoMobile and GoOnline
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Bill Pay Free?
Bill Pay Plus is free to members who pay three or more bills per month. Otherwise there is a $5 charge per month.
How do I enroll in Bill Pay Plus?
Follow the instructions in this guide.
Is Bill Pay Plus Secure?
Security experts recommend online bill pay as one of the safest ways to pay your bills. According to research, 90 percent of identity theft doesn’t occur through the Internet.* Identity thieves still use the simple methods of stealing mail or discarded trash. Combined use of online banking and online bill pay helps protect consumers against identity theft and check fraud. For additional security, online bill pay requires 128-bit encryption and personalized login information.
*Courtesy of Javelin Strategy & Research
How are payments sent?
Payments are sent two ways: electronic and paper check. On average, electronic payments are sent to more than 70 percent of payees. For payees who can only accept checks, the subscriber’s account is debited electronically and an authorized paper check is issued on behalf of the subscriber.
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Take the headache out of paying bills by enrolling in Bill Pay.