Bill Pay Upgrade
Now you can set up bill pay with just 3 Easy Steps! Our enhanced bill pay service through web banking lets you pay all your bills in one place without the hassle of logging in to multiple sites. To get started with Bill Pay, log in to your online banking account and click on the tab marked "Pay My Bills". After you have read the terms of service and clicked on the box to agree to the terms you are ready to set up a bill in just 3 easy steps!
1. Enter the name of the company you want to pay or pick the type of bill you want to pay from a list of categories. There are categories for utilites, phone, credit cards and more.
2. Enter the info from your paper or emailed bill including your account number and your zip code.
3. Chose how much you want to pay and when. You can set up single payments or multiple payments.
Once you have set up a bill, you can quickly and easily pay that bill from the Payment Center in the "Pay My Bills" tab. You can also set up bills to pay automatically with the AutoPay feature and avoid the hassle of missed payments and late fees.
For our customers who already have bill pay with National Iron Bank, there a quite a few benefits to the new Bill Pay platform that we are thrilled to offer you:
- More ACH/Electronic relationships Payees/Merchants, giving you the ability to pay bills faster.
- “eBills” capable. No more logging into your Credit Card company's website to find out what your monthly payment is, National Iron Bank will now retrieve that information for you.
- Cut-off time for same-day payment will be extended to 10pm for most Payee/Merchants.
- Easier Navigation: Payees, Reminders, Pending Payments and Recent Payments will be all on one screen. No more navigating to a different tab to find out what payments you have already scheduled.
Changes to looks out for:
- Most payments can be processed as ACH/Electronic and the funds will be debited from your account on the scheduled “Send On” date. Smaller business and payments to People will be processed as a “draft check”, acting just like a check you write from your checkbook. The funds for these payments will be debited from your account at the time the Payee/Merchant submits that check for collection.