What is BillPay?
Which types of bills can I pay using BillPay?
What does it cost to use Online Banking Bill Pay?
Is Online Banking Bill Pay secure and safe to use?
Do I have to have a checking account to use Online Banking Bill Pay?
Am I protected against loss of funds due to errors with electronic transactions?
What is the maximum payment amount I can make using BillPay?
When will the authorized payment be debited from my accounts?
How do I obtain Bill Pay transaction history?
I get this error when trying to make a payment: "We're sorry but we encountered an error while processing your request. Please log in again." What should I do?
Where do I find information on how to load a payee, schedule a payment or delete a payee?
How do I add an additional funding account?
How do I set up a Recurring Payment?
Enrollment and Login
How do I enroll in online and mobile banking?
What do I do if I forgot my online banking username (Login ID) or password?
What do I do if I forgot my Personal Identification Number (PIN)?
Which mobile devices and operating systems are supported?
How do I download the mobile app?
I tried to set up Touch ID or Face ID Authentication, but I don’t see it in my Security Preferences. What’s wrong?
I just replaced my mobile or tablet device; do I need to set up Touch ID all over again?
Is the mobile app secure?
Mobile Check Deposit
What are Account Alerts?
How do I add a new email address and/ or mobile number to receive Alerts?
Can Account Alerts be sent to multiple email addresses and/ or mobile numbers?
I am not receiving an activation code when enrolling in Alerts for the first time. What should I do?
I received an activation message, but there is no activation code. What should I do?
Which browsers do you support?
What are Paperless Statements and Notices?
How Do I Enroll in Paperless Statements and Notices?
How long are Paperless Statements stored in Online Banking?
Are Paperless Statements and Notices Secure?
I am enrolled in Paperless Statements, but I do not have any Statements to view. Where are they?