Click on the Transaction tab and then select Bill Payment. Under Pending Payments in the upper right, click Edit to edit your payment in a secondary screen. You may change the Pay From Account, Pay Date or Pay Amount. Click Cancel if you do not wish to process a payment.
Bill Pay cannot be used to make payments to any UFCU loan or credit card. To make a payment to a UFCU loan or credit card, please use the Funds Transfer option within Online Banking.
Yes, you may select your funding account from the “Pay from” dropdown on the bill pay home page. If a different funding account is not selected your default account will be used. To change your default funding account click on the “accounts to use” link located under “Other tasks” on the Bill Pay home screen.
Yes. For regular payments of a fixed amount, you can establish an automatic payment rule. In addition, automatic payments of e-bills (for the full amount, the minimum due, or a fixed amount) can also be established with an automatic payment rule.
Click on the Transaction tab and then select Bill Payment. You may review the last 5 processed payments in the upper right or click on View history/reports to view more.
Funds are withdrawn from your account on the payment DUE DATE.
Click on the Transaction tab and then select Bill Payment. Enter the name of the payee in the “Pay someone new” field. Click Add. Then provide the account and other information and click Continue.
An e-bill is a bill that you have set up to receive electronically in UFCU Bill Pay. E-bills are only available for payees that have account numbers (not personal payees). UFCU Bill Pay offers three types of e-bills:
The type of e-bill depends upon the payee’s capabilities and their relationship with our Bill Pay processor.
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To register for our free Bill Pay service in Online Banking, follow these simple steps:
That’s all there is to it! Once you’re connected to Bill Pay, you can access online help to guide you through setting up payees and paying bills.