Description: The article is about ncsecu login. This is a passage about SECU Billpay. This is a step-by-step instruction for setting up your first Bill Pay payee and payment. There are also some advantages of using this service.
I am going to take a look at setting up a sample payee and payment to show you how easy bill pay is to use. In order to use the bill pay service,you’ll need to first enroll in member access on SECU’s website ncsecu.org. Once enrolled,you need to sign on and select the bill pay tab.
If you haven’t already sign up,you’ll be asked to enroll in bill pay and review the terms and conditions,the first 50 bill pay payments per month are free but there is a 20 cent fee for each additional payment,you’ll be asked to specify the account that these fees can be drafted from if they ever occur.
You can click accept the terms,you’ll see confirmation that you’ve enrolled in bill pay. When you click OK,you’ll be taken to the manage payees tab,from here you can click add a new payee. To add your first bill pay payee,you can type in the payees name in the appropriate field or select from one of the common payee at the bottom. You can enter the payee zip code and your account number then click Next.
Bill pay will search its list of thousands of electronic payees to verify that the payee you’re searching matches the returned result,you can enter the payees nickname and phone number,you can check the box stating that you have verified your account number then click next. You’ll see confirmation that your payee has been set up properly and added to your list of payees,from here you can add another payee if you like but for now let’s look at scheduling a regular monthly payment.
You can click the recurring payment tab,select our new payee from the payee menu,the frequency menu gives you eight options ranging from weekly to yearly. In our example let’s select monthly. The pay from menu allows you to set which account this payee will receive funds from,you’ll only see eligible accounts,checking cash points global or HSA,you cannot use bill pay with a share or money market share account.
You can enter the first send date in the next field,your recurring payments will be based off your first send date,in our example each payment will be sent on the 1st of the month. If you have a set number of payments you need to make,you can specify it in the next window or set an unlimited number of recurring payments by checking the unlimited box. You can specify the recurring payment amount,if the final payment amount will be the same,you can check the same box otherwise enter the different final payment amount.
If you would like you may enter it in a memo but this is optional,you can click continue,you’ll be asked to verify your recurring payments. When you click OK,a screen will confirm you’ve successfully added a recurring payment. Let’s go to the pending payments tab to verify that the payment is properly scheduled.
We have our next payment ready to go on the 1st of the month to our payee from our designated account. It shows as a recurring payment and the amount of each payment is displayed. If you ever need to delete a single payment,you can do so from this section. From the recurring future payments table,you can manage the amount of your upcoming payments by clicking on the payee name or if you need to cancel any future payments,you can select the delete all recurring payments link.
You can repeat those steps to add additional payees and payments,from the bill pay section of member access,you can also schedule one-time payments,make changes to your payee information and review your Bill Pay payment history. To learn more about the features and advantages of bill pay,you can visit our website at ncsecu.org,you can also call Member Services 24/7 at 18887328562.