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Our Bill Pay provides a smarter solution which will save you time and money. Bill Pay is a service that allows you to pay virtually anyone or any company through your online banking account. You determine who you want to pay, when you want to make the payment, and which account you want the payment to come from. It's safe, secure and easy to use. Bill Pay is designed to free you from the mundane, time-consuming chore of paying bills by check. No more stamps, no more paper checks, no more wondering if your payment was delivered on time. With Bill Pay it's all done for you with a click of a mouse.

 

Bill Pay offers many beneficial features including:

● Person to Person Payments (email payments)

● External Transfers – transfer funds from your BOP account into your account at another financial institution

● Gift cards

● Charitable donations

● Expedited Payments

● Online chat for customer support

● eNotifications

● Add a Secondary Account Holder – authorize them to receive information about your bill pay account.

● Additional security features

 

As an Online Banking customer, you can access Web Bill Pay through your online banking account. Once logged into online banking click on Bill Payment in the left side navigation. You'll be able to establish a list of custom payees or choose from a list of popular payees within your zip code. Once your payee list is established, you can literally pay everyone from your monthly utilities to your mortgage payment, all in a few minutes and with a few simple mouse clicks. Sound too easy? That's the whole point! A real value, saving you real time.

 

Not an Online Banking customer yet? Not a problem, it's easy to sign up and you can click here  for more information or enroll now

 

 

Note: Bill Pay is only available to online users with a US address. Payments are limited to Payees with-in the United States (including U.S. territories and APO’s / AEO’s).

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