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- How do e-bills work with BillPay?
- Best Answer:
We can receive e-bills from hundreds of companies nationwide.
When you add a company that can send e-bills, they will show after clicking the Add E-Biller button on the E-Bills page within BillPay & Transfers. Enter the information that your recipient requires to set up e-bill service, and we send your request to the recipient.
Your bills appear on the E-Bills page within BillPay & Transfers as soon as we receive them from your recipients. You will also see a numeric indicator on the BillPay & Transfers tab letting you know when a new e-bill has arrived.
Some recipients let you select options to automatically pay your e-bills. You can decide to always pay the amount due or set limits for automatically paying the bill. You can also decide to pay the bill on the due date or schedule the payment for the earliest date available after you receive the bill.
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