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Bill Pay

Stop writing and mailing checks, or jumping from website to website to pay bills - use the Credit Union Bill Pay service to conveniently and securely pay bills from any computer or mobile device, 24/7/365. Best of all, it’s free!

  • No transaction fees
  • Schedule recurring monthly payments or use for one-time obligations
  • Pay mortgage, insurance, credit cards, utilities and more
  • No matter where you live or where bills need to be paid - local or nationwide - bill pay saves time and provides peace of mind.

  • Is bill pay secure?

    Yes, bill pay is highly secure. It is designed to fully safeguard privacy and the security of the Credit Union. Unlike normal internet communication, all information sent to and from the processing center is encrypted and sent through a secure communications channel. Messages cannot be redirected, read, or tampered with.

  • Who can I pay?

    Anyone including a cable company, doctor, or Uncle Charlie.

  • What if the person or business does not accept electronic payments?

    A paper check will be sent for payment.

  • How do I pay someone new?

    Enter the name of the person or business in the “Pay Someone New” box and click “Add.” Next, provide the required information and click “Continue.” That’s it! The person or business will be added to your payee list.

  • When will payments clear?

    If the payee is being paid with a paper check, the payment will clear approximately three business days from the processing date (i.e. date it was scheduled to be sent). If the payee is paid electronically, it will clear within two business days of the payment processing date.

  • How can I tell when my payments have been sent?

    Within bill pay, click “View History/Reports.”

  • Can a payment be cancelled?

    Yes. If the payment is still in pending status, click the “Cancel” link in the Pending Payments section on the Make Payments page.

  • Who has access to my bill pay and funding account?

    You are the only person who can authorize payments to be issued against your account.