All you will need is a Tech CU checking account and access to Online Banking.
To enroll online, follow these simple steps:
You can cancel Bill Pay online at anytime. First, access Bill Pay and verify that there are no payments processing. Cancel any pending payments you have scheduled. Click the "Cancel Bill Pay Services" link in the Payment Center.
Once you submit the form, your cancellation process will begin. Your access to Bill Pay will be disabled within 24 hours. It may take up to 5 business days for your cancellation to be completed if any payments have begun to process. Any pending payments will be cancelled.
You can enroll again at any time and your biller information will be retained for you.
There are no usage fees associated with the Tech CU Bill Pay service.
However, Bill Pay transactions clearing through your Tech CU checking account are subject to any applicable transaction fees, such as non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees, for returned or paid items at $28 each.
When you first enroll, you can follow the guide by selecting the category of bills you'd like to set up.; You can also always set up bills via the "Add a Bill" link. Once established the payee will appear on the Payment Center page and you can immediately schedule your payments.
Pending, processing and recently paid bills appear on the Payment Center page. You can also view all payment via the "Bill Activity" link.
You can pay any vendor in the U.S. excluding governmental agencies and county, state or property taxes.
The method of payment for each individual payee depends upon the capabilities of that payee. Most of the larger payees, such as credit card and utility companies, have the ability to receive electronic payments, which is faster and more efficient. Payees that are not capable of receiving electronic payments, such as day care providers or your landlord, are paid by check. This method is efficient, but takes a little more time to process. Both electronic and check payments include the primary member's name and account number with the payee.
If your account has insufficient funds when a bill payment attempts to clear through your checking account, our Bill Pay service provider will make at least 2 more attempts to electronically debit your account. After that, they will contact you directly to work out resolution of the outstanding debit. Bill Pay transactions are subject to the same transaction fees as other debits against your account, such as non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees, for returned or paid items, at $28 each.
Yes, if you have other accounts or loans set up as overdraft sources for your checking account, funds will automatically transfer from those accounts to cover the payment.
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