Description: This article focuses on regions online banking login, in which you will learn the features of bill pay. Bill Pay is a service that lets you pay bills with your bank account or credit card. You can simplify your life with online bill pay. It’s quicker and easier than writing and mailing paper checks.
Welcome to bill pay, let’s log in and take a look, first enter your username and password, select the bill pay widget, if you’re using bill pay for the first time, you’ll be prompted to add a payee, a payee is an individual or company that you would like to pay.
It’s important to note that payees need to be set up on a desktop computer, the mobile app and mobile site are not currently configured to add payees, to get started you will need a bill or invoice that shows the payees information, first select business or person.
Business would be for a company such as National Grid or Home Depot, person would be selected to pay an individual such as a landlord or babysitter, enter the name as it appears on your bill, in zip code choose a category, the drop-down is for you to sign which category you’d like this bill to be assigned to.
These categories are used to group your expenses in our online budgeting tracker, money compass, choose your default funding account, this is the account that the funds will be taken from to pay your bill, you can always change this when you set up your payments and your account number.
This is the account number on your bill, confirm the account number and select next, follow the prompts, fill in the address and contact information, now you’ve added a payee, let’s add one more maybe a babysitter or a contractor that you’d like to pay.
Again follow the prompts to fill in the information, now we can pay bills, you have several different options to pay bills, quick pay, multi pay and classic pay, let’s look at quick pay, you can quickly and easily choose who you want to pay.
In the amount put how much you’d like to pay, next we will go to delivery options where you choose which account you’d like the funds to come out of to pay the bill and the date you like this payment sent on, click send, your payment has been successfully created.
The next option to pay bills is to use multi pay, this is the fastest way to pay multiple bills at once, go to the payee and select which account you like the funds to come from, enter the amount and the date to send the payment, go to the bottom and submit your payments.
The third choice is classic pay, this gives you a few more options when paying bills such as setting recurring payments, first select your payee, then select the account you’d like the funds to be taken from to pay your bill, next select the category that this bill falls into for your budget.
Enter the amount and the frequency, you can choose one-time payment, weekly, monthly or others and the date to send the payment, you can also choose the delivery method, most payees will only see a standard electronic payment option.
This is the fastest and safest method to send a payment, occasionally you’ll see the check payment option, this is typically for individuals who are not set up to receive electronic payments, in this case you can send a check or an electronic payment and add a memo.
Go to the payment confirmation section to check the information for accuracy, then submit your payment, once you have scheduled your payments, you can go to schedule tab to view all of your scheduled bill payments, you can view by date on the calendar.
Scroll down to see all your payments at a glance or use the show search button to look for a specific payment, you can also edit any payments, change the amount, the date or even delete scheduled payments on the history tab, you can view your payment history.
You can check whether you have canceled a payment, you can view your confirmation number and the date the payment was sent, the last feature I’d like to share with you is ebills, this is an option to receive your bills electronically.
For certain pays like utilities and credit cards, you can set up ebills, ebills are paperless bills from companies who already do business with, first check to see if your provider uses ebills, to do this click on the payee under the ebills tab.
If it is available, you will be given an option to set up ebills, in order to do this you will need your user ID and password for the payees website, for example if you want to enroll in ebills for National Grid, you will need your National Grid login information.
That’s the end. Bill pay is a safe and convenient way to schedule and pay your bills from your desktop, mobile device or tablet. We hope that you found the information in this article useful. If you need help getting started, give us a call at nine seven eight four five two five zero zero one or visit us on our website.