We are excited to announce that the final stages of upgrading our online bill pay capabilities for commercial customers is complete!
One Less Password to Remember!
On September 23rd, Business Bill Pay will be accessible through your online banking login! Once you login, select the BILL PAY link on the left hand side of the screen to access Business Bill Pay. If you do not have online banking access, please give us a call at 888-594-7288!
Our top priority is minimizing the interruption in your service and making the transition as transparent and easy as possible.
All processing and future payments will not be impacted as part of this upgrade. Bill Pay history for the previous six months will become available on Thursday, September 26th.
On September 23rd, you will be un-enrolled in any e-bills and associated paperless statements and will begin receiving paper bills directly from the biller. You will need to re-enroll for E-bills in the upgrade bill pay application.
Documents That May Help
The guides below will help you with your switch to the online bill pay system.
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