Good question! If the payment is to be sent electronically, the money will be withdrawn from your account on the date selected.
For some checks, funds are withdrawn one business day after processing begins. For others, the money is withdrawn when the business or person deposits or cashes the check.
You can easily verify the withdraw date in online banking by clicking the “Activity” or “History” tabs, or by selecting “Move Money” and then “Pay Bills” from the mobile app.
It’s incredibly helpful! Manage all your bills in one handy location, easily view transaction history and pending items and save time by scheduling one-time or automatic payments. Plus, who doesn’t love saving money on stamps and envelopes?
You’ll love our online bill pay! It’s an optional feature with online and mobile banking. Easily pay bills with your computer, smartphone or tablet – anytime, anywhere – all in one easy location.
Just as with a paper check, it’s important to maintain sufficient funds in the account to cover all payments. Please note that you may be charged a non-sufficient funds (NSF) fee for payments returned for insufficient funds. Refer to the fee schedule for information on fees.
Signing up with our mobile app is easy, too! Simply select “Move Money” and “Pay Bills” to get started.
Definitely! From a computer, easily download your pending and completed payments from the “Activity” tab in your online banking account to a comma-separated values (CSV) file. You can import the file into several different personal financial software applications.